Jindal Rips Obama at White House

    Governor Bobby Jindal (C) (R-LA) speaks to reporters after a National Governors Association event hosted by U.S. President Barack Obama at the White House in Washington February 24, 2014. Standing next to Jindal are Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin (L) and Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper. 


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    Someone should teach Bobby Jindal some manners. After emerging from a bipartisan meeting with governors and President Obama in the West Wing, Jindal attacked him during a press conference on the White House lawn. “This president and the White House seems to be waving the white flag of surrender,” the Republican governor of Louisiana said on camera. “The Obama economy is now the minimum-wage economy.” Democratic governors standing next to him began shaking their heads. “That’s the most insane statement I’ve ever heard,” Dan Malloy of Connecticut said. The governors were supposed to tout their ability to rise above partisan bickering ("not like Congress down here") and get things done like the "executives" that they are. Jindal didn't get the memo.

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