Tuesday, May 05, 2015

Forgotten choice

Bobby Jindal's obligatory campaign biography is not just any old campaign biography.  It's a History Of Forgotten Choices.
NEW YORK — Bobby Jindal, the Louisiana governor and possible Republican presidential candidate, has a book coming out in October.

Threshold Editions announced Tuesday that Jindal has a deal with the publisher for "American Will: The Forgotten Choices That Changed Our Republic."

In a statement issued through Threshold, Jindal called the book a work of history and "a call to arms" for the future as he reviews events ranging from the Louisiana Purchase to the Cold War. In a reference to the next presidential election, Threshold's announcement notes that the book offers "dramatic tales that demonstrate the courage, faith, and vision that we need in 2016."
"American Will" Of course Jindal would style his book after the most annoying PR campaign in New Orleans.

New Orleans wilt

On the other hand, we can't all be the sorts of heroes who would title our book, "Blue Steel Crucifix" although that does sound like something that might come in handy at an exorcism.

In any case, consider picking up Jindal's review of "forgotten choices."  As something of a forgotten choice, himself, he's likely to know what he's talking about.

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