The 2016 presidential election is still quite a ways away, but it looks like Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal has got the inside track when it comes to securing that most coveted of endorsements–that of “700 Club” host and former presidential candidate Pat Robertson.

During Monday’s edition of his seemingly never-ending show, Robertson introduced a short profile of Jindal by noting his “Indian background” as well as his rumored interest in running for president.

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Getting a little ahead of himself with enthusiasm, Robertson then wondered, “Wouldn’t it be great if we had a president who was a former Hindu from India?” That, Robertson noted, would make a “great story.”

While it’s true that Jindal was at one time a Hindu, the conservative Catholic, having been born in the U.S., has always been an American citizen. And that’s pretty good, so far as Jindal’s presidential ambitions are concerned; the Constitution mandates that only a “natural-born citizen” can be president of the United States.

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  • Tim_in_Indiana

    Why?? We already have a current Muslim from Kenya…

    • propagandaoftruth

      Mo Brooks/Ted Yoho 2016.

      Mo Yoho.

    • Sick of it

      But next we have to elect a Hindu-Catholic from India. We obviously need more diversity in the so-called white house. /sarcasm

      • bilderbuster

        There’s always that Clinton woman or FOX’s Dr. Ben Carlson.
        Anything but a White male because those days are over.

  • D.B. Cooper

    I want the GOP to die off so badly, but I already know you guys will vote for Jindal over anyone with a D after his name.

    • http://www.presstitutes.org/ Mike Conrad

      Indeed. This two-headed monster which has a death grip on American politics retains ultimate appeal to partisans. Meanwhile the nation is being thoroughly wrecked, and most people think it’s the other head doing it, rather than the monster itself.

    • Rhialto

      My vote: Neither candidate from the two major parties*.

      *If Crisco or any other pro-immigrant & anti-gun Repub is the candidate, I may spite vote Democrat.

    • Sick of it

      Quite a few people in Louisiana no longer care for Jindal. His presidential bid will flop. Just another Indian crook.

      • scottthestrategerist

        Why do you say that? Is he mired by allegations of corruption? I honestly don’t know and think that, from a demographic perspective, an Indian candidate is a foolish choice as it won’t bring in any meaningful number of new voters and could alienate existing or potential GOP voters. Nor are his policy positions or speaking abilities especially exciting. The speech of his I’m most familiar with was the 2009 GOP response to Hussein’s state of the union speech in which he came off as a deer in headlights while gloating about the dispossession of whites through the “civil rights” movement of Martin Luther Coon.

      • http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/4333982.stm Augur Mayson

        He’s also not a natural born citizen. He’s constitutionally deficient in the same manner as Rubio, Cruz, and Obama. Not that anyone seems to care about such things nowadays.

  • MekongDelta69

    Pat:
    “Wouldn’t it be great if we had a president who was a former Hindu from India?”

    Me:
    “Wouldn’t it be great if we had a president who was a present non-Muslim from Europe?”

    • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

      Pat Robertson:
      “Wouldn’t it be great if we had a president who was a former Hindu from India?”

      Michael Scott:
      “No, it would suck.”

  • http://countenance.wordpress.com/ Question Diversity

    Yeah, well, it doesn’t much matter to me where Piyush Jindal was hatched, his heart and soul is India all the way.

  • http://saboteur365.wordpress.com/ bigone4u

    Pat Robertson is controlled opposition. He plays his role of TV preacher pretty well, but not as well as Jim and Tammy Faye Baker did back in the day. Pat’s version of conservatism is to say whatever keeps those donations coming in to fund his “ministry.”

    • Shadow

      “…those donations coming in to fund his ‘ministry’.”

      Follow the money!

    • scottthestrategerist

      Yet he wrote a book entitled “The New World Order” attacking the Federal Reserve back ~ 1990. He wanted to start a legal movement to declare a central bank unconstitutional, much as was done with the legal movement to declare the second amendment an individual right. What happened to him??? Was he threatened?

  • jayvbellis

    Can’t we send old Pat Robertson and Ron Paul on a crusade to the Middle East?

    • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

      Why can’t we just send him to India? There are about 1.2 billion moon-worshiping savages there for him to convert, and Hindus and Muslims will finally find something to agree on: they’ll all hate him.

      • jayvbellis

        Strongly agree.

        The USA has a severe problem of extremely old Judeo X’tian idiots who are just frankly..

        “Out of it”

        These folks just never accepted the changes of the 1960s. Their brains froze a long time ago, but the bodies seem to barely go on and on.

        At least black gang bangers manage to kill and get killed off in their 30s.

        These a Religious Right, Christian Zionists loons seem to go on and on for….

        Forever.

  • http://oddhammer.com/tutorials/debt_clock/US_debt_clock_dynamic.swf John Barleycorn

    At least he would be a kafir in muslim eyes . . instead of the imposter
    that currently occupies the oval office .

  • Lewis33

    I don’t know what does more harm, our own altruistic (read suicidal) religion or the religions of our invaders.

    • http://oddhammer.com/tutorials/debt_clock/US_debt_clock_dynamic.swf John Barleycorn

      Maybe if we wait long enough an atheist will show up
      and run for office ..

      • http://www.ambrosekane.com/ bluffcreek1967

        You’d be surprised how many Christians dislike the old grinning fool! Many of them despise his constant appeals for money, his Charismatic tongues-speaking and ‘word of knowledge’ nonsense, wimpish demeanor, and do-gooder efforts to ‘save Africa’ which only further cripples them and makes them dependent on western aid.

        • Sick of it

          Watching people like him, you think for a moment “this is a decent guy” and then he does and supports all of these off-the-wall things. I’ve never been a fan of televangelists and I never will.

        • bilderbuster

          Don’t forget his wimpy son who was conceived out of wedlock.

    • scottthestrategerist

      The former because, if not for outgroup altruism, we would fight off the invaders and we would quickly be rid of them. The battle isn’t against the invaders. Rather, it’s convincing whites there’s a battle at all. “But Professor Fraud Boas told me not to believe my lying eyes! He told me white people don’t exist and so it’s ok if we’re bred out of existence!”

  • Shadow

    Wouldn’t it be nice if we didn’t have self-righteous,”Christian” Cultural Marxist do-gooders like Pat Robertson attempting to undermine the Historic American Nation with their scripted pieties?

  • IstvanIN

    Senile dementia?

  • NoMosqueHere

    I like Pat Robertson, and CBN has one of the best news organizations anywhere. But too many americans, including conservatives, are looking for the great non white hope.

  • A Freespeechzone

    Pat Robertson is still alive? I thought he was long gone…..guess he’s still here…but gone, gone, gone.

  • JohnEngelman

    My affection for Pat Robertson has always been similar to my affection for Bill Clinton. It is visceral. I like what I see on the television screen.

    Bobby Jindal knows how to talk to Evangelical Protestants. This is rare for a Roman Catholic. Whether he can appeal to other groups remains to be seen.

  • Sloppo

    I wonder how it would be received if he made that big smile and said “Wouldn’t it be great if India (or Pakistan, China, Japan, Nigeria, etc. ) had a European president?”

  • Einsatzgrenadier

    Another day, another Christian calling for white genocide. What else is new? You can have Christianity or a first world standard of living. You can’t have both.

    • Sick of it

      We created the first world standard of living. Please do not support the Jewish position on Christianity.

      • Einsatzgrenadier

        Whites created the first world standard of living. That was a racial, not a religious thing. Notice that all of the greatest white achievements were made during the decline of Christian influence in Europe and America? There’s nothing remotely “Jewish” about recognizing that Christianity causes problems for white people. In fact, Christianity is a problem.

        • Long Live Dixie

          Whites created the first world standard of living.

          Yes, whites who were Christian. But, you just said you can’t have a First World standard of living and Christianity.

          Notice that all of the greatest white achievements were made during the decline of Christian influence in Europe and America?

          Only if all the greatest white achievements have been in the last 100 years and you ignore all the achievements of Christians dating at least to the Byzantine era.

          • Einsatzgrenadier

            The majority of scientific intellectuals, at least since publication of Darwin’s Origin of Species in 1859, have been atheists and agnostics. Very few were Christians. These atheists and agnostics are responsible for the first world standard of living that we enjoy today. And just how many pre-Darwinian, but post-medieval scientific intellectuals could be considered truly “Christian”? Many, such as Newton, were heterodox, others remained Christian for fear of persecution.

            The fact of the matter is that western progress was only possible because of the gradual decline of Christian religious influence. Western civilization only reached the pinnacle of its development when it was at its least Christian and only when the majority of its scientific intellectuals were atheists or agnostics. This level of development would have been impossible if the west had remained just as Christian as it was 500 years ago. So no, our standard of living has nothing to do with the religion of Christianity.

            The achievements of the Byzantines do not compare to western achievement after 1500, a period of Christian decline. The Byzantines weren’t even intellectually productive in philosophy and science.

          • Long Live Dixie

            The majority of scientific intellectuals, at least since publication of Darwin’s Origin of Species in 1859, have been atheists and agnostics.

            History didn’t start in 1859, however I’d say we’ve declined since 1859, wouldn’t you? Unless we’re focusing entirely on technological developments.

            These atheists and agnostics are responsible for the first world standard of living that we enjoy today.

            I don’t agree. Advancement is a process that was built upon for centuries. It was in the late Middle Ages that the West renewed the process of advancement.

            The fact of the matter is that western progress was only possible because of the gradual decline of Christian religious influence.

            How do you explain the Byzantine Empire compared to the heathen lands of northern Europe?

            This level of development would have been impossible if the west had remained just as Christian as it was 500 years ago.

            500 years ago, the West produced men like da Vinci and Michelangelo.

            So no, our modern standard of living has nothing to do with the religion of Christianity.

            I thought we were talking about whether a high standard of living is compatible with Christianity, not whether a high standard of living was caused by Christianity.

            Since the heathens of southern Europe created advanced civilisations, it’s obvious that Christianity is not a prerequisite for civilization, however it’s also equally true that it’s not incompatible with civilisation.

            The achievements of the Byzantines do not compare to western achievement after 1500, a period of Christian decline.

            Of course that’s true. Different centuries = different technologies and different standards of living. In its day, the Byzantine Empire was much more advanced than other European societies. Also, you’re confusing the decline of the organised, Roman church with the decline of Christianity. The decline of the RCC did not mean the decline of Christianity. If anything, the decline of the RCC increased the Christianity of the people by taking it away from its centre in Rome and its control by the church establishment and made it more into a religion that the common people could understand.

          • Sick of it

            Aristotle was not an atheist. Debunk Aristotle…one of the smartest men in all of human history.

        • LHathaway

          And now Asians are surpassing us?

          • scottthestrategerist

            Asians have no creativity. They can imitate us, they can memorise better when we do and they lack outgroup altruism. Those are their advantages.

          • Augustus3709

            I have my doubts about the coming rise of Asian supremacy to be honest. The most powerful Asian county is China. Their IQ is only 100, they have their own history of ethnic tensions, their government is a weird version of communism, their culture is one of plagiarism and trickery, not honor, and their shiny new sky scrapers are mostly built by American architectural firms.

            Finally, their economy is based on slave labor to sell us junk that we don’t need. That is not sustainable. If the West falls, so too does China.

      • scottthestrategerist

        If it’s Christian Identity or John 8:44 Christianity, then fine, but liberal Protestantism with its universalist appeals and demands for money for Africa has to go!

        • Augustus3709

          After WW2 with Vatican II and other pressure movements mainstream Christianity has been kosherized. This is a tricky issue. Anyone can pluck out specific verses and support an agenda, and the current agenda being pushed today is disseminated through a hostile media.

        • Sloppo

          I’m a Christian and I believe it should be a good thing to help Africans in their own lands. On the other hand, I disagree with the idea that we should have them in our own civilization because that sort of thing causes unnecessary deadly conflict. Christians should not be afraid to tell the truth, even when the truth is politically incorrect. In my opinion, Christians who are too PC to tell the truth may not be true Christians, but instead worshippers of the god of Political Correctness.

          • Long Live Dixie

            I’m a Christian and I believe it should be a good thing to help Africans in their own lands.

            I disagree 100%. Charity begins at home. Aiding Africans takes resources that could go to our own people and it gives them to people who are not of our kind, who do not live near us, who are not intelligent enough to accomplish anything with the aid they are given, and who will never be of any use or help to us. It increases their birth rates, increases their misery, and increases their damage to the land and animals in their countries.

            The churches that do this are pathetic and treasonous. The churches are in decline all around us, but what are they doing? Helping savages halfway around the world. They have betrayed their community and I believe this is a major reason why so many whites are turning away from Christianity.

          • Sloppo

            You’ll get no argument from me. I believe your approach is the best thing we could do for Africa because doing things right for ourselves could provide a good example for them. It is theoretically possible that they could learn some things from us about civilization and sanitation to improve their situation by their own efforts. As you pointed out, simply donating resources to Africans artificially increases their reproductive rates and increases their population far beyond levels they can sustain by their own efforts.

          • Sick of it

            “They have betrayed their community and I believe this is a major reason why so many whites are turning away from Christianity.”

            Which is a part of the plan. Jesus Christ directly stated that not everyone calling himself a believer was a believer, but rather many are false prophets who seek to devour God’s flock with their lies and blasphemies.

          • scottthestrategerist

            Fantastic approach! Now we need to channel our righteous anger constructively. We need to reach out to them, convince them we’re right, and get as many of them as possible to STOP and hopefully instead use their time and money to help distressed whites.

          • scottthestrategerist

            Well, Sloppo, you’re half right, which puts you way ahead of most. You just don’t know the difference between the R and K reproductive strategies. Less evolved creates engage in the R strategy: they have many offspring but give them very little care, and few will survive to reproduce. For example, there will be hundreds of frog eggs which hatch, but most tadpoles are eaten immediately after birth. Only a couple will survive. Under the K strategy, there were be only 2-3 offspring, but they will be given lots and lots of care. Well, the average Negro female will have 6-8 offspring, but they give them very little care (the tragedy of the absent black father! lol). But now that deluded Christians (sorry for telling the truth) and white govts are sending them aid, they’re surviving to adulthood when in the past they would not. (Yay!!!) Thus, the population of Kenya, Obama’s “home country” according to Michelle), has gone from 8 million to 40 million in only fifty years! Nor is Kenya anything special. Nor does this alleviate the problem. In fact, it GROWS it as now we have even more hungry mouths to feed. This is what happens when you try to outsmart nature. You’re only one person, and so am I. We don’t have the power to set policy, but what we can do is STOP GIVING TO AFRICA/AFRICANS. Don’t send them your money. Don’t go over there. Don’t adopt their children. If your heart is moved to be charitable, HELP WHITE PEOPLE. There are PLENTY of distressed whites in South Africa, Rhodesia, Russia and the Ukraine! Or how about disadvantaged whites in Appalachia? HELP YOUR OWN KIND, AND NOT THOSE WHO ARE SWAMPING US OUT. Four whites are murdered EVERY DAY by blacks and you want more of them??? Look, I get it. I used to be like you. I woke up. Now it’s your turn. LOOK OUT FOR YOUR OWN KIND!

          • Sloppo

            I agree with you Scott, and I’ve explained the r and K reproductive strategy to others because it is a very important part of the picture. I also agree with you about our obligation to help our own people first. We’re facing a slow genocide right now. No other race is currently threatened like we are. I believe human diversity should be preserved, including our part of it.

          • scottthestrategerist

            Then we agree, but for right now, until our numbers are, at the very least, not upside down but instead are heading down, then we could talk about saving the other races. But they’re not in danger, even if members of the individual black and brown races are in danger. Right now, we have to focus 100% of our efforts on our own people. We need charities for white South Africans and Rhodesians. We need to have whites in America and Europe marry those who want to leave so that, while they may not be a part of those communities, they get to live and procreate. We need to do everything we can FOR OUR OWN, and that includes pointing out that helping our competitors (if not enemies) is not only wrong, but evil. This message needs to be taken to the delusional churches because, if we reach them, then we are instantly taking a big bite out of the enemies’ food and eating it ourselves!

        • Sick of it

          I’ve mentioned specific scriptures time and again which show their so-called faith to be false. They are heretics violating the Word of God with every breath they take.

          • scottthestrategerist

            Would you consider re-posting those Scriptural citations for me? *I* am interested in them and *I* will use them. :)

          • Sick of it

            Take your pick, bro. These people accept everything from fornication to adultery to divorce to homosexuality. The entire Word of God condemns them. Honor thy father and mother? Nope, they’d rather honor an African.

          • scottthestrategerist

            No, we won’t reach ALL Christians w/ Scriptural citations, but we’ll reach some, and they’ll reach others. If we do nothing, then and only then will we reach none. Look, *I* used to send money to help the poor, starving Africans. MANY people can be turned around, but we have to reach out to them. So I’ll repeat my request.

  • IKUredux

    Seriously, is this what we have been reduced to? Celebrating diversity crap categories? The first lesbian afro handicapped dwarf governor with a 75 I.Q.!! YAY, YAY, look how inclusive we are! Nothing gets done anymore, things that do get done, are done poorly. But, man, oh, man, are we inclusive or what? Seriously, being inclusive is way more important than actually doing a job well. I mean, we don’t want to hurt anybody’s feelings, so what they flunked the Firemans’ test, the policemans’ test, the Navy Seals’ test. Well, anyway, ANY test! Who cares that the society caves into disarray and chaos! WHO CARES???? WE ARE ALL EQUAL!!!! So why we don’t we just rename this country? I mean, we are practically third world already. Suggestions?

    • Kenner

      Welcome to Fallopia. Here’s your trophy for showing up.

      • KevinPhillipsBong

        Don’t knock Fallopia…they have great tubes.

      • IKUredux

        Nice, nice. Try being less bitter, and more, you know, less anti- woman. You know, why not direct our anger towards the people who deserve it. Women are programmed to respond to alpha males. The definition of alpha males has been shaped by the media. Black males are made to appear “alpha”. Only, because we have allowed it.

  • none of your business

    1,001 reasons why I refuse to be called a conservative. Radical lunatic fringe White Nationalist maybe but never, never a conservative. Shouldn’t Robertson be memorizing the nastier parts of the Book of Revelation? Or harumphing about all those black and brown embryos that if not killed would grow up to be good Christians and contribute money to his ministry?

    • Lion’s Mane

      The Christian clergy getting wealthy from their ministry! Did their Lord and Saviour teach them, in word or by example, to accumulate riches?

    • Sick of it

      Revelation isn’t popular in “the new age” which embraces all evil.

  • Lion’s Mane

    I would hate to have a man who looks to the supernatural for his reasoning and decision-making governing from the Oval Office. I remember well when one U.S. President said that God told him to go to war in Iraq. If the Republicans nominate Jindal, he certainly will not — in my opinion — have a chance at defeating the Democrat opponent. But Pat Robertson is so typical of the modern American Christian. He’s all too eager to hand this country over to non-White rule — just so long as ‘Christians hold the reins of power.’ Well, that will certainly be strenuously opposed in an increasingly religiously-divided country. America is about both freedom of religion and freedom from theocratic rule.

    • Long Live Dixie

      Theocratic rule is when the clergy are the leaders. Having leaders who are religious does not constitute a theocracy.

      • Lion’s Mane

        I’m sorry to have to disagree slightly — unless I misunderstand your point.

        John Calvin was a religious leader in Geneva, Switzerland, and yet he controlled the politics of the city to a very considerable extent. Thomas Jefferson found Calvin utterly contemptible. Jefferson’s views on separation of Church and State were derived from observing both Calvin and Roman Catholic abuses of political power in European governments. I don’t see how anyone can argue that Geneva, Switzerland, under Calvin and his followers, was anything other than a theocracy. Everyone in Calvin’s Geneva was religious. Not to be a Calvinist was a sure ticket to expulsion — or worse.

  • LHathaway

    “During Monday’s edition of his seemingly never-ending show”

    Don’t they have a TV guide which lists broadcast times?

  • Lion’s Mane

    Wouldn’t it be great if we had Christians who cared about “preserving that most priceless possession, our inheritance of European blood”? (words quoted are of Charles A. Lindbergh)

  • none of your business

    “Bobby Jindal knows how to talk to Evangelical Protestants. This is rare for a Roman Catholic. Whether he can appeal to other groups remains to be seen.”

    Another inane totally meaningless statement from Englemann. You have no idea what you are talking about. You just have to insert your ignorance on every topic don’t you.
    I for one would like to know how much Bobby Jindal will have to pay for a Pat Robertson endorsement. You don’t even know what an Evangelical Protestant is without having to check wikepedia. I bet you think Evangelicals are toothless illiterate rattlesnake handlers. What makes you think it is rare for an RC to talk to evangelicals?

    I’ve noticed you’ve stopped lying about San Jose CA back in the 1970’s when you claimed you lived and worked there as a programmer since I and a couple other people who actually did live in and around San Jose called you on your lies.

  • ShermanTMcCoy

    Wouldn’t it be great if Pat Robertson weren’t a senile old fool?

  • Mrfinoni

    It will be every male from every conceivable minority before a woman! LOL! Poor Hilary! LOL!!

  • antiquesunlight

    We need is a good old Southern WASP to set this country straight. Somebody like Jeff Sessions.

    • Dave West

      I’d like to throw in Steve King or Moe Brooks as well.

  • 4321realist

    I began reading the article but than noticed it was from Salon, so I stopped reading it, since all they have ever offerred is only far left nonsense which insults people’s intelligence.

  • ATBOTL

    We had people on Amren praising Jindal when he was first elected, saying they gladly voted for him over a white Democrat.

    What happened to LA? This was the state that David Duke almost became governor a little over 20 years ago.

    Neoconism and Christian Zionism are really big in the deep South.

  • Mark Hillyard

    “you may indeed set a king over you whom the LORD your God will choose. One from among your brothers you shall set as king over you. You may not put a foreigner over you, who is not your brother.” Deut 17:15

    As with most preachers of today they will teach you that the law has been done away. When Jesus Christ said the exact opposite. One main reason is that they don’t think like us and some even hate us, our God and our position here on earth.

    “And it shall come to pass in the last days, that the mountain (nation) of the LORD’S house shall be established in the top of the mountains, and shall be exalted above the hills; and all nations shall flow unto it.” Isaiah 2:2
    The prophet Joel tells us to pray “why should the heathen rule over us…and the heathen get uppity and say, “Where is their God?” (to protect them)

  • none of your business

    Dr Ben Carson an affirmative action MD whose only opinion and reason to run for President is anti abortion. He should join one of those black churches and ordain himself
    “bishop” LOL and run his anti abortion crusade from there.
    I do not want a conservative President. I want a pro White President who over turns affirmative action, compensates all Whites who lost jobs because of affirmative action, sets up separate schools for Whites, shuts down the EEOC, the civil rights division of the justice departments and EEOC and civil rights departments in the 50 states, closes down the colleges except for hard science and medicine and deports every person who cannot show they have 4 grandparents born in this country. Foreign military wives would be the only exception to the 4 grandparents rule. The US department of education would be eliminated but not until it re wrote every school book to reflect the truth instead of the anti White propaganda and outright lies spewed out now.

    My president would establish a national TV channel that would pre empt 3 hours of prime time TV that would show nothing but black on White crime. My president would have a commissar in every news room insisting that black on White crime stories be featured with no excuses about how the black criminals were victims of a racist society.
    That’s the president I would like to see. But he won’t be a conservative, he will be a pro White radical extremist.

    • http://countenance.wordpress.com/ Question Diversity

      Ben Carson is just 2016’s version of Herman Cain. Don’t overanalyze it.

      Every President since Lincoln with one exception has had in his political resume one of five things: Vice-President, Senator, Governor, Presidential Cabinet Secretary, Five-Star General. If you have not ever been one of those things, you have just about zero chance to win the Presidency and little chance that your campaign will be taken as credible, the most noted exception to the latter in my lifetime has been PJB.

  • none of your business

    scotthestrategist
    Remember Michael King the communist trained subversive was a registered Republican. Of course the schools now teach he was a Democrat AND that the south was Republican and the federal govt and Lincoln were Democrats during the war of northern aggression.
    More than its becoming part of the propaganda department of the govt of Israel what really turned me off National Review was its idolatry of St Michael.

  • Dave West

    Well Jindal would not be my preference for a Republican presidential candidate, but he sure beats the Kenyan!

  • Lion’s Mane

    The ‘antique Christians’ have my respect and support. It’s just the modern sell-outs who offend me. I’ve been roundly condemned in churches whenever I expressed aloud concern of the state of White America.

  • http://tmasierrahills.blogspot.com/ tma_sierrahills

    Another of our open-borders overlords, religious branch, practically wetting his pants in glee at the prospect of an ever less European America.

  • Who Me?

    NOT a crack about Bobby Jindal personally, but as for “a former Hindu from India” why the hell not add the ineradicable stench of curry to the musky smell the current occupants of the White House have been putting in there for the past 6 years, (8 years by the time someone else needs to move in). Afterwards we can just burn it.

  • Sick of it

    It would be nice to attend a church whose members appreciated the old fire and brimstone sermons. Whose members believed that women should dress modestly. That believed in biblical marriage. That believed in anything, really.

  • none of your business

    I can just imagine the pundits punditting and pontificating. About 1/3 of the population are Catholics so he has that vote locked up. (doubtful) But what about the Hindus? Will they vote for an apostate who left their religion? What about the muslim Indians? They don’t like the Hindu Indians!!!! There must be a few Parsee and Buddhist Indians in America, how can Jindal appeal to them???
    Ah, the wonders of diversity, it’s no longer black vs White but infinite shades of brown.
    Wonder why he became a Catholic. Maybe admission and scholarship to a Loyola high school and a Catholic college?

  • Marius Quentical

    Jindal was born to two legal alien parents. In order for a native American citizen like Jindal to be eligible for the presidency, he/she must also be a NATURAL BORN citizen. At least one parent must have been born in the USA or on US soil or within a US Consulate infirmary. Please get your definitions right and follow Article II of the US Constitution.