Ever since Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal came out and delivered his epic fail of a response to President Obama, outrage has risen over his outrageous impersonation of beloved Kenneth the Page.
But in both style and substance, Jindal's speech has drawn flak from Republicans and Democrats alike.
His criticism of government spending for emergency economic relief has been widely panned, especially given his state's receipt of billions in federal assistance after Hurricane Katrina in 2005. And Jindal's voice and earnest, awkward delivery have drawn comparisons to Kenneth Parcell, the geeky page on the NBC comedy "30 Rock."
Indeed, a new Facebook group titled "Bobby Jindal is Kenneth the Page" had already attracted more than 1,800 members Wednesday afternoon.
Well, the outrage has boiled over, and Kenneth the Page has decided to respond to Jindal's theft.
Perhaps Jindal will think twice before doing another unauthorized impersonation!