One argument against Jindal as running mate is that it might encourage more diversity-mongering from the melanin-obsessed MSM, e.g., the Washington Post:
Second, and more positively for McCain, naming Jindal would be a major symbolic step in fundamentally re-branding the Republican party. Jindal, an Indian-American, would put a whole new face on a party that is widely seen by voters as controlled by old white men.
Just look at how much ponderous “what it all means” punditry has been unleashed by Obama’s campaign. Jindal’s status as one of the sharpest young politicians in the GOP is qualification aplenty, but it’s obvious that Big Media would use his candidacy as an excuse for more such annoying “historic significance” blather.
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