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  • Gov. Bobby Jindal To GOP: Grow A Pair And Defund Obama’s Amnesty

    Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal told radio host Laura Ingraham that he’s “extremely disappointed” in Congressional Republicans for refusing to defund Obama’s latest usurpation of the Constitution.

    “I’ve said this publicly and will absolutely continue to say it: We need to use every tool we can in Congress–as well as the state level–to force the president to follow the Constitution, absolutely,” Jindal said Friday.

    “Sometimes, we don’t have the courage of our convictions and our principles,” Jindal added.

    He also said that the Republican Party could soon become just “a cheaper version of the Democratic party” in the eyes of the American people.

    In an op-ed in National Review, Jindal had several recommendations for how he would fix America’s immigration problems:

    Increase legal immigration, by a lot. Letting folks into our country who want to work, get an education, and improve their lives is good for them and good for us. We should increase legal immigration not only for unskilled laborers, but also for skilled workers from all over the world. We need to stop educating the world’s best and brightest engineers and scientists and then upon graduation kick them out of the country so they can compete with us and create growth and wealth in other countries.

    Jindal is a 2016 presidential hopeful. So it’s very refreshing to see him taking a stance for the rule of law. Especially at a time when there seems to be so few doing just that.

    And most of the American are on his side on the immigration issue.

    Economist/YouGov poll released this week said by a margin of 45 percent to 38 percent, the American people oppose Obama’s amnesty order.


    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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