At first glance, it seems like Bobby Jindal is taking a page out of Richard Nixon’s playbook.
But stare at his official campaign t-shirt design for a few minutes and you’ll start to see a very different side of Bobby than his speeches, given in short-sleeved shirts, with an almost bookish demeanor, might demonstrate:
I kind of like it. Jindal doesn’t differentiate himself from the pack very well, and a joke like this…it makes a big difference both in demonstrating the personality he’s been hiding from the public all these years, and brings to the forefront part of what makes him different from his fellow candidates: his ethnic background.
One interesting item pointed out by some folks from Louisiana: the most controversial bit of this design isn’t the “tanned” part. It’s the “rested” part. With not much of a record to go on of late, it seems to some locals that Jindal has been “resting” plenty. Hopefully, for Jindal, they don’t interpret his legislative vacation as preparation for moving on.
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