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Bobby Jindal Predicts ‘Growing Rebellion’ Will Execute ‘Hostile Takeover’ of Washington D.C.

On Saturday night, Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal accused President Obama and the Democrats of something something War on Christianity something something religious liberty and education. Jindal believes that a revolution–much like the one prophesied by cop-killing Tea Partiers Jerad and Amanda Miller.

Speaking at the Faith and Freedom Coalition annual conference, Jindal explained to the crowd, “I can sense right now a rebellion brewing amongst these United States where people are ready for a hostile takeover of Washington, D.C., to preserve the American Dream for our children and grandchildren.”

Attempting to justify his Duck Dynasty appearance, he claimed that the “left” is waging a silent war on religious liberty. “I am tired of the left. They say they’re for tolerance, they say they respect diversity. The reality is this: They respect everybody unless you happen to disagree with them,” he said. “The left is trying to silence us and I’m tired of it, I won’t take it anymore.”

Of course, he’s against comprehensive education standards, as well. Earlier this week, Jindal signed an executive order that blocked the use of tests tied to Common Core standards and pledged to continue the good fight in the name of ignorance. “The federal government has no role, no right and no place dictating standards in our local schools across these 50 states of the United States of America,” Jindal said.

“Are we witnessing right now the most radically, extremely liberal, ideological president of our entire lifetime right here in the United States of America, or are we witnessing the most incompetent president of the United States of America in the history of our lifetimes? You know, it is a difficult question,” he said. “I’ve thought long and hard about it. Here’s the only answer I’ve come up with, and I’m going to quote Secretary Clinton: ‘What difference does it make?'” That’s right–Berghazi, Benghazi, and a stab at Clinton in one statement.

Definitely Presidential material. Now, the question remains–“Will he run?”

h/t: HuffPo

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  • labman57

    Rebellion? Hostile takeover? The only thing brewing is a large batch of insipid tea.

    Jindal and his ilk are simply using these tea party and Christian conservative conferences to gin up discord and foment fear, anger, and hatred in order to attract the media spotlight for their own political ambitions.

    The government-hating, gun-toting, faux patriotic nut jobs attending these political gatherings are a conglomeration of self-serving, mayhem-inciting, conspiracy-addicted, tea-chugging, Bible-pounding theocrats, anarchists, and seditionists.

  • capitalism

    Not wise or effective to forecast or advocate a hostile takeover. That plays into the trap of a dictatorial president and administration with dictatorial military generals. What does our government (all politicians in both parties and their cronies) love most? It’s money. So obviously we must fight money with money. Government has 10% approval. 90% fed up with government. The US has 150 million workers. Fair to say 90% are fed up with government.

    How to fight money with money: Peacefully stop the money (taxes, profits, union dues). Unite nationally and peacefully Occupy Our House to take back our White House. In other words, peacefully stay home from work. Planned, communicated, and executed properly and timely, it will work. Look what Martin Luther King Jr achieved to know a peaceful movement will have hostilities. Do we want to continue enduring pain handed down? Or pick our own pain?

    How do we know OOH will work? We’ve seen it work for unions forever. To get what they want, they stay home from work. Most times they don’t have to. Just the threat is suffice.

    The best part about OOH. Once done we have the threat to do it again. Obviously we are no threat. Government (politicians) fearlessly and arrogantly give us same ole same ole with 10% approval (90% fed up).

  • Inyoface

    Troll, that’s where you are mistaken. Although I don’t really prefer the word “liberal,” do you think the second amendment crowd are the only ones with guns?
    Stoopid. Just because my guns aren’t brandished at Starbucks, doesn’t mean I don’t have them. Stop equating “progressive” and “liberal” with “weenie” or “wimp.”
    So we’re all armed. I guess that cancels out your dumb argument.

  • Clutch

    If there is to be a rebellion, Hooper. Guess what you and the ilk who you support will lose. Look at history the oppressors (The far right in this case via their rampage of voter disenfranchisement, their support of the 1% over the 99%, refusal to promote jobs bills etc.) have been decimated by the masses it has played out time and time again. The French Revolution is a great example. To see this growing unrest you only need to look at the mass protests over living wages. The Fight for Fifteen has been growing every time there is a protest. For the most part they are nonviolent and go out of their way to be non-intimidating to the average passersby. The Tea Party and similar groups are not attracting crowds because they represent the same people who are screwing over the middle and working class.

    Fascism as properly defined Hooper is the opposite of Liberal in the political sense. While Liberalism and Fascism do share some similarities in the implemention of their ideals the core ideals are polar opposites. That is where you make your mistake. You assume the implementation of the ideals is the goal not the ideals themselves. Fascism is a police state where any dissent is immediately put down. A Liberal state is a democratically elected government which cares for its population with proper health, social and economic programs.

  • http://gravatar.com/andiewv andiewv

    He has been running for years now and being paid well for it

  • Charles Allen

    What good will those AK-47’s do for you when the rest of the world is lobbing nukes at your 18th century USA?

    BTW Hooper your liberal use of name-calling reflects an inability to debate in an adult manner.

  • M

    Snort, that hostile takeover he’s referring to, it will be hostile to the GOPTP, no anyone else. And it won’t really be hostile, it will be on election day and will take place by our votes.

  • Thom

    Somebody slap this bitch already.

  • http://www.howdygram2.blogspot.com Aunt Pee

    I don’t think Bobby Jindal can SPELL “Growing Rebellion.” What an imbecile.

    • EchoDeltaJig

      I suspect BETTER than Hillary Clinton can spell RESET in Russian.

      *Smarte Powor*

    • SteveCO

      Bobby Jindal, according to the Constitution, is already guilty of treason just for advocating overthrow of the government.
      ANY U.S. citizen can now arrest or take out Bobby Jindal as a vicious enemy of the U.S.

      Jindal, the epitome of the stupid party.

  • Cindy H

    Don’t you wish the Amish would stand up now and state they cannot practice their religion with people owning guns and using electricity? I realize they would never do this, but wouldn’t it be a laugh?

  • ChazMikel

    The only war the left is waging is equally one of disagreement just as the right believes they are doing. To say it is anything but …, is pure projection and perhaps wishful thinking from those that cannot or wish not there to be any difference.

    • Hooper

      Right. Because the Left never wants to shut down debate by calling those who differ racists, sexists, homophobes and blah, blah, blah. And the Left never wants to FORCE people to conduct business the way they seem appropriate. And the Left is never for confiscatory taxes. And the Left is never for confiscating one’s personal property because one doesn’t think the right way. Yes, Chaz, the Left is never for FORCING, BANNING, AND AUTHORITARIANISM.

      • ChazMikel

        Thanks for the response, Hooper. I hope you will answer a few questions that do not intend as loaded or begrudging….

        When you call out “the Left” in your comments, who all do you include in that blanket? In other words, what are the boundaries…politicians?, voters?, commentors?, etc.

        Do you believe your style of commenting promotes actual debate?

        I, personally am not in favor of shutting down debate or confiscating property. The only businesses that I can see need for amendment/regulation are those detrimental to the biological health of others. Are these leftist traits?

        • Hooper

          Hmmmm…. what do we have here? A lefty that can actually discuss something? Well, we’ll see.

          By the left I mean, thet aattp community, the dnc, much of the media, and the liberal elites one finds representative in popular culture. The boundaries are set by the policies they propose. That’s why I don’t accept Occupy Wall Street as necessarily representative of the left. I do, however, point out that the liberal community has just as many loonies as does the right, and that makes the lefties mad. So be it.

          Yes, I do. I ask specific questions – which go unanswered. That should be indicative of the shallowness of the people here. When I don’t ask specific questions I state specific principles. The folks here usually ignore that, saving their cyber energy to call conservatives —- you know the list.

          As for your last comment, I agree. Why would you be a liberal then? You are supporting an ideology that is contrary to your position.

          • fjuliet

            We DO answer your questions, Hooper. You just don’t like the answers.

          • ChazMikel

            I asked the questions because I often find myself wondering my first question while reading comments that seem willing to pin others down inflexibly to a very specific set of positions.

            I am certainly guilty of hyperbole in comments but usually regret having slipped into the general practice I think is partly responsible for the seemingly irrevocable divide this country faces.

            Loonies abound on the left and the right, no argument there. Without relationships that go beyond the topic at hand, people will tend to vilify those who argue for points one doesn’t agree with,especially when it is done to primarily to provoke (yes, left and right do it).

            To the topic of this article: I am more likely to entertain the claims of a psychic if they are clearly uncomfortable with or even loathe the abilities they claim to have. Similarly, I think the problems we face as a nation do not require a ‘revolution’ and am suspicious of those that claim such a thing is imminent or desirable without some sense that they really don’t want to see it happen. There are plenty of people who are lusting for a real civil war in this country. And politicians/public figures should be careful that their meaning is clear when they paint any picture to include it. I don’t know Jindal’s whole intent here but I can say I don’t know a single liberal (or whatever) that wishes to deny anyone their religious freedom unless it hampers their own (and even then only as much as it ceases to). So yes, I don’t agree that anyone is, in rational actuality, being pushed to “hostile takeover”.

            I’ll leave it there for now as to start laying out positions will take all night. Feel free to PM me on Disqus (ChazMikel) if you want to discuss particular issues with a lefty. Topics I will gladly discuss – unions, public education, religious liberty, guns, environmental regulation, race, corporate vs government, and so on.

          • Hooper

            Thank you Chaz for a decent response. I agree with everything you say save this point… it would appear that the left’s idea of “hampering their own (religious freedom) is to ever be exposed to Christian community or thought. I cannot understand how a Christian student group meeting in a classroom hampers anyone’s rights. Other students are free to participate or not. There is no coercion nor endorsement by the school.

            I don’t know anything about disqus, though your offer sounds intriguing.

  • Dean Davidson

    “When Fascism Comes to The United States It Will Come Wrapped In A Flag And Carrying A Cross” Sinclair Lewis. I hope I got the quote correct.

    • Wally in New York

      Dean, I have no idea if you have the quote correctly (too lazy to look it up :) ), but it sure is right!

      • Hooper

        Except fascism is already here and it’s called liberalism. Its machinations are speech codes, balkanization, blame American first, oppressive government, confiscatory taxes, anti-federalism, anti-capitalism, diversity of being but not diversity of thought, and on and on.

        • Dean Davidson

          Hooper, if you would look up the definitions of fascism and liberalism you will find that they are polar opposites on the political scale. This is the one thing I do recall from my high school civics classes I also have real world experience due to 20 years service in the US Navy and found the places that work best are ones that don’t shove religion down your throat. They also have Common Core education standards.

          • Hooper

            From Merriam-Webster Online Version

            often capitalized : a political philosophy, movement, or regime (as that of the Fascisti) that exalts nation and often race above the individual and that stands for a centralized autocratic government headed by a dictatorial leader, severe economic and social regimentation, and 0forcible suppression of opposition

            Here it is again with my comments:

            often capitalized : a political philosophy, movement, or regime (as that of the Fascisti) that exalts nation—- liberals want a supreme, authoritarian central government. and often race above the individual —- liberals have successfully segmented us into racial classifications, the hyphenated American is a liberal invention —–and that stands for a centralized autocratic government—–This seems obvious enough—- headed by a dictatorial leader,—- liberals want more power in the presidency because they believe that’s the office they can most often hold — severe economic and social regimentation, —- this is obvious as well —–and forcible suppression of opposition — and here as well. Try being in the public eye and being for traditional marriage.

            Sorry, fascism is all yours.

          • http://vinrohm.wordpress.com vinrohm

            Hooper just described the Republican Party in their current attitude. All they lack is a dictator in the white house, though they do have one in House.

    • EchoDeltaJig

      Is that why flags are burned and the FFRF threatens to bankrupt small towns for having crosses on public property ???

      Of course, when the Progressives set us all free from our capitalistic overlords, they’ll stick a communist star in the middle of that flag, and make sure we are ALL free to salute it and worship whatever transformational dear leader brought it about in every institution in society.

      • Eleanor Earley

        You have described the teabaggers/repugs far better than I could. Thank you.

  • knight4444

    Wasn’t jindal the one who told the GOP to stop talking STUPID??!! listen, bobby jindal, I mean Puyush jindal, you can FOOLISHLY attempt to change your name but most republicans still think you’re a outsider! so your need to take you own advice!! STFU and stop talking STUPID!! BTW if Obama was a STRONG president he’d start prosecuting these WHITE NATIONALIST sedation traitors!!

  • Hooper

    You know he means a takeover by the electoral process. Your attempt to tie him to Jerad and Amanda Miller —- the OCCUPY WALL STREET ALUMNAE —- is disingenuous at best, deceitful at medium, and a lie at worst.

    • Wally in New York

      @ Hooper: I quote Jindal: ““I can sense right now a rebellion brewing amongst these United States where people are ready for a hostile takeover of Washington, D.C (…)”
      What part of ‘hostile’ do you not understand? What part of ‘hostile takeover’ is done by your ‘electoral process’ exactly?

      • Hooper

        Obviously, hostile in this case means dramatic or jarring. Hostile doesn’t necessarily mean violent. Come on, Wally, stop being such a hyperventilating baby.

        • Wally in New York

          Can we dispense with the name calling? ‘Hyperventilating baby’ ?
          I’m done with you. No content, only ad hominems. Ciao!

      • paul

        The destruction of America will come from the right as they push for a fascist take over.

        • http://google nina bartoletta

          The Republicans/rightwingers of this nation–as in every country–are responsible for all the hate, racism and spread of despicable propaganda. The left will no longer sit back and allow these traitors to overtake and destroy our nation with their twisted and bizarre agenda. Vote blue in November.

          • EchoDeltaJig

            Thanks for sharing, Nina.

            I respectfully decline to vote the way you would like.

    • fjuliet

      Hooper, show us your evidence that the Millers were part of Occupy Wall Street — and it can’t come from any of those ‘all evil comes from liberals’ sites. So, no pictures of protesters who sort of resemble them, or a list of names without context.

      Besides, even if they were there, they seem to be the sort of crazies who would join something in the hopes of being part of violence. OWS would have disappointed them greatly.

  • Dave

    Was Jindal born in America or India? If he somehow became president, all gas stations, Subways and…hell all businesses would be Indian owned and operated. We can’t let those shady mods come and take over everything. OK Ya?

    • Hooper

      Ah, the liberal bigots. Aren’t they fun? Apparently Dave thinks Americans of Indian descent are only good for working in convenience stores. Of course, Vice-Boob Biden said the same thing, so one can presume it’s a strain that runs thick through liberalism.

      • fjuliet

        The sarcasm just zoomed right past you, Hooper.

        Why do I think the Republicans won’t be nearly as picky about Jindal’s origins as they are about the President’s? Maybe because, despite being an American citizen with brown skin and a ‘foreign’ name, he’s Republican?

        Obama is an American, just like Jindal. Get over it.

        • Hooper

          That’s right. conservatives judge people by their character. Liberals judge people by the group they belong to. And Obama is indeed an American just like Jindal. However, Obama’s policies are disastrous and Jindals are not.

          • Tom S

            Right, and the “character” of women demand that they be under the thumb of men at all times, and cannot demand equal pay or control over their own bodies. Check.

            BTW, dumbing down the population is disastrous to anyone but RWNJs that require masses of ill-educated to vote for them and against their own interests. Which of course is why Jindal is for destroying the educational system in LA.

          • Hooper

            More liberal strawmen – and a rather stupid one at that. Now, if you have a comment pertaining to the subject, please go ahead.

      • Tom S

        As opposed to RWNJs that think Americans of female persuasion are only good for working in the kitchen or the bedroom as brood mares? And consistently put forward legislation that is anti-anyone-but-rich-white-guys?

  • Lester Milroy

    Yes, there will be a rebellion but it will be a rebellion against the “holy” war created by the far right “Christians” who are doing their best to push for theocracy! I am a Republican and I cannot stand this stupid movement in the GOP! There are far too many morons that use transference to identify the ills of this country! If anyone is intolerant it is these idiots! They always seem to forget that not everyone in this country is a “Christian!” With their behaviors, who would want to be? I surely would not want to be with all of the hate and fear they try to create! Day in and day out, they refuse to see what some of the core issues are, such as education and the decline in the middle class. Too much money and power in the hands of so few! History is repeating itself and no one is paying attention! This extremist ideology needs to be reigned in and defeated!

    • http://thegospelaccordingtowolf.blogspot.com/?zx=17df8a739ec06902 Jeff Mathis

      I agree with your position however, the difference between us is that I am no longer a Republican and will not lend my support to any GOP candidate. The GOP has been taken over by the religious right which included all the old Southern Dixiecrats who flocked to the GOP after the civil rights act was signed by President Johnson. There is no longer any redeming value to this party. They are not conservative they are dangerous and evil.

      • EchoDeltaJig

        Fiscal Responsibility
        Limited Government

        Ideas that could ONLY be spawned from the bowels of hell.

        ( That’s sarcasm – before all you academic sharp shooters break a nail banging out a 1200+ character response. )

  • karen503

    So far, all the attempts to overthrow the gummint or protest the evil policies have been underwhelmingly attended. Witness the truckers’ March on Washington (what, 10 trucks?), the recent Washington DC National Mall Tea Party protest attended by…hundreds, the March for Marriage event in Washington DC underattended by maybe a thousand, when hundreds of thousands were predicted…

    The bark of these anklebiters is far worse than their bite.

  • http://rrjgeniblog.wordpress.com rrjgeni

    Bobby Jindal should not talk like that. It is seditious and treasonous.

    • EchoDeltaJig

      I seem to recall a couple common Progressive bumper stickers way back when that idiot Bush stole the presidency:

      ” Dissent is Patriotic ” and

      ” There are NO Dangerous Ideas ”
      Clearly, we have ‘ progressed ‘ to new planes of enlightenment.

  • Deborah Dietz

    What Eleanor said.

    • Hooper

      Yes, Eleanor usually has something poignant, though repetitive, to say. Today is not exception. I can sum it up this way, “republicans are mean and I hate anyone who thinks differently than me”

      • Bob K

        Sounds way more like you. At least she’s on the side of good and you’re waist deep in utter evil.

      • http://gravatar.com/bluelinetruth bluelinetruth

        Ironic that the teababbged lemming is commenting about something something repetitiveness.

        Never a day when the teabagged crowd isn’t whining about being the “victim”

  • Eleanor Earley

    Well I am tired of the right. They have lied, cheated, and yes there may well be a rebellion but it will be the people taking this country back from people like Jindal and the repugs/teabaggers. They are the ones promoting and pushing for rebellion. Well they better watch out what they wish for cause it just might backfire of you slime balls.

    • Hooper

      Except it’s the 2nd amendment crowd who will have the guns and they are usually republicans. Good luck with that. And if you think the military is going to save you, you might check the numbers on them to. I can see it now. There’s a stand off in Seattle. The right side is brandishing AK47s while your side will be balling up rainbow flags to throw. Wonder how that’s going to turn out?

      • fjuliet

        If liberals don’t own guns, then how can mass killers be liberals? Or do only liberal criminals own guns?

        Your fantasy standoff will be as well-attended as all the other ‘mass actions’ so far. The number of people who actually want to be part of the revolution is much smaller than the number who want to talk tough and pose with signs, costumes, and guns. Faced with the possibility of people shooting back at them, most of your gun-toting heroes will stay home.

        Why should the military get involved? The police will show up and arrest all participants.

      • Dean Davidson

        Lets see Hooper who will the Military and Vets side with hmmm Will it be the Constitution and the Commander in Chief who does not expend our lives foolishly for oil or Wal mart and tries to help vets with jobs and healthcare. Or the party that parades us like circus poodles for votes while treating us like mongrel dogs chain in the yard with an overturned water dish by Filibustering jobs bills closing Commissaries, refusing to give a decent pay raise to the troops and under budgeting the VA. Gosh that’s a tough one

        • Hooper

          Yeah, Obama has done a good job with the VA so far, hasn’t he? I guess we’ll have to wait and see.

          • Dean Davidson

            Yep He has considering the REPUBLICAN led House of Representatives controls the budget for the VA the Same party that sent troops to war 12 years ago with no plans to take care of them. The blood of those troops covers your elephants trunks and soaks your teabags Hooper

          • Hooper

            Sorry, but Obama is the administrator. He is in charge. That’s why he and his cohorts are called the administration. I recognize that Obama is the most gloriously incompetent president we’ve ever had, but he is still in charge of administering programs.

            Here’s a bit of education for you about your delusional republican bashing.


          • EchoDeltaJig

            October 2006, Kerry tells college students:

            Study Hard, Try to Be Smart.
            If You Don’t, You’ll End Up in Iraq.

            Spin it however you like, military guys took it as a slight
            February 2010, Obama praises his subordinate:

            Corpse man Christopher Brossard …
            or was it
            Corpse man Christian Brossard.

            Oh well, Commander-in-Chief just loves the little soldier boys and girls, and by golly, they know it.

            At least, they BETTER.

          • Eleanor Earley

            Check your facts. There were serious problems in the VA ranks and they started under your great Georgie boy and his puppet master Brucie boy. Of course you teabaggers/repugs will never search for and face FACTS since it is much more important to you to destroy our President. Enjoy your contaminated kool aid.

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