Bobby Jindal: “Our Way of Life Depends” on Federal Government
For Kenneth Jindal, it wasn’t so long ago that “Washington” and “big government” was the root of all our problems.
In the end, it comes down to an honest and fundamental disagreement about the proper role of government. We oppose the national Democrats’ view that says the way to strengthen our country is to increase dependence on government. We believe the way to strengthen our country is to restrain spending in Washington and empower individuals and small businesses to grow our economy and create jobs.
“We have been frustrated with the disjointed effort to date that has too often meant too little, too late to stop the oil from hitting our coast,” Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal said during a Monday news conference at Port Fourchon with Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano and Interior Secretary Ken Salazar.
“BP is the responsible party, but we need the federal government to make sure they are held accountable and that they are indeed responsible. Our way of life depends on it,” Jindal said.
So Kenneth hates dependence on the federal government—it’s just that Louisiana’s whole way of life depends on the federal government.
Glad we cleared that up.