He spoke truth to the GOP — particularly to a well heeled crowd who clapped when George Pataki said he'd fire Kim Davis in Kentucky.
The crowd may have been the snobbish elite of the GOP, but Jindal wasn't playing to them. He was out to make a name for himself and he did. He called the President a socialist and pointed out the President kept all his promises while the GOP has been breaking theirs.
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