Gov. Bobby Jindal sat down with Jay Leno last night and did quite well. While not explicitly ruling out the idea of becoming John McCain’s runningmate, he said, “I’ve got the job I want” and stressed the historic oppourtunity to reform Lousiana. The Republican Party could really use a modern real life example of successful conservative governance, so it would certianly be best for him to spend the next eight years getting Louisiana in shape before running for higher office.
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