Jindal delivers rebuttal to Pres. Obama's inaugural speech
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Governor Bobby Jindal spoke before the Republican National Committee Thursday. He delivered a rebuttal to President Obama's inaugural speech and laid out a vision for America. Jindal is considered a potential GOP 2016 presidential candidate and this speech a springboard to candidacy.
The speech was divided into three parts. 1. America is not the federal government. 2. How we win the argument. 3. How we win the election. Jindal also listed seven action items for republicans. He says the republican party needs to change just about everything it's doing.
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