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  •  As democrats we are defining Jindal (3+ / 0-)
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    in his own words.

    Bush blurted out his real feelings when his exuberance about launching an attack on the people and dictator of Iraq caused him to proclaim "America was on a crusade" to straighten out the MidEast and Iraq was the first step.

    Jindal explaining to Christians outside the catholic faith where their place is is really offensive because he is not just an "amateur theologian" but a practicing , active politician. What does that do to his accessibility and his impartiality as "servant" of the people?

     Answer. It shows his narrow partisan bias. We already know he is a Republican. What we didn't know is his zeal in sharpening the differences amongst Americans.

    Must be nice to be in Louisiana and know the sectarian nature of a prospective Senator. Hey,let's have the Shia /Sunni wars with a Cajun cast here! (snark).

    He published these views. It wasn't confined to a private expression of faith to avoid offending. He wanted to offend, even if it was metaphorical.

    Sectarians enjoy their sectarian expressions. It gives them meaning.

    America has been stolen, your citizenship is a hollow fraud, and you have no power. What will YOU do to reverse these hurts, crimes, outrages?

    by Pete Rock on Tue Aug 21, 2007 at 06:41:23 PM PDT

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