My son & I were just having a conversation about Bobby Jindal. He is probably the greatest hope for the future of the conservative political movement available.
My son (age 22) would love to see him as the VP selection. Thinks he could bring youth, administrative experience and a TON of other advantages to the Republican ticket. Also says he has done amazing things with healthcare in Louisiana, which I hadn't heard.
My feeling is that he should have a few more years under his belt. Give him a chance to enhance his resume by cleaning up Louisiana. I think he's too much of a "newbie" at this point. In eight years he could be--hands down!--the choice for the top spot on the ticket!
Interested in the opinions of all the rest of you.
One question did come up: Why was the Louisiana election held in '07, rather than an even numbered year, like other states?