From Lee Lofaso@2:203/2 to All on Fri Sep 11 03:05:44 2015
Well, somebody had to do it.
And that somebody had to be a Cajun.
A Cajun whose parents are from down
the Ganges, rather than down the bayou.
Jindal called Trump practically every name
in the book, and then some. And in plain English,
a language that even the Donald could understand.
Jindal called the Donald some real juicy names,
such as calling him "a narcissist," "an egomaniac,"
"non-serious," "substance-free," "insecure," "weak,"
"shallow," "unstable," and other such words and
phrases. I only wish he would have continued in
the same vein by including a few phrases in Cajun
French as well as his parents' native Indian dialect.
"Donald Trump is for Donald Trump. He believes in nothing
other than himself. He's not for anything, he's not against
"Donald Trump is a narcissist and he's an egomaniac. That may
sound like a serious charge to make, but everyone knows it to be
"I'm putting aside my political mission today."
"He is not a serious man."
“Just because a lot of people like watching Kim Kardashian,
we wouldn't put her in the White House either."
"Donald Trump's never read the Bible."
"The reason we know he's never read the Bible, he's not in the Bible."
"He's a carnival act."
Governor of Louisiana.
Candidate for President of the United States of America.
The moderator of this echo has declared this echo to be
a no flames echo.
Bobby Jindal has broken that rule in spades.
Or maybe it was all my fault, for having reported the event. :)