In case you missed it, please see the below coverage of Governor Jindal's big announcement yesterday. Governor Jindal's speech announcing he is running for President was widely praised. Governor Jindal "fired up" an "exuberant" crowd with remarks aimed directly at the "permanent political class in Washington." Governor Jindal punctuated his remarks saying, "We've had enough of talkers, it's time for a doer."
See some of the coverage here:
Time: Bobby Jindal Kicks of Presidential Campaign
- Time: Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal kicked off his bid for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination with an anti-Washington message calling for the GOP to present a staunchly conservative alternative to Democrats.
BuzzFeed's McKay Coppins: Jindal: "We are not Indian-Americans, African-Americans, rich Americans, or poor Americans. We are all Americans." Big applause for that one
Huffington Post: Bobby Jindal Comes Out Swinging In Presidential Announcement Speech
U.S. News & World Report's Dave Catanese: Jindal Smacks Jeb in Presidential Kick-Off
Baton Rouge Advocate: Bobby Jindal draws about 1,000 at presidential rally, promises to 'rock the boat'
- Baton Rouge Advocate: A defiant Bobby Jindal officially launched his campaign for the GOP presidential nomination Wednesday, vowing to a crowd of at least 1,000 supporters that he won't be the establishment or status quo candidate.
Breitbart's Matt Boyle: 'Geaux Bobby!' Jindal Fires At Hillary, Jeb, Multiculturalism, Left And Establishment In 2016 Launch Speech
- Breitbart's Matt Boyle: After his wife Supriya introduced him, Jindal proceeded to decimate the permanent political class in Washington …
RedState's Erick Erickson: As a native Louisianian, I have seen first hand the transformation of the state for the better under Bobby Jindal's stewardship.
USA Today: Gov. Bobby Jindal announces he's running for president
- USA Today: Bobby Jindal kicked off his presidential campaign on Wednesday, presenting himself as a "doer" who would shake up Washington. "We can rock the boat, and we will rock the boat," he told supporters.
Times Picayune: Bobby Jindal launches presidential bid in exuberant rally at Pontchartrain Center
Washington Post's Max Ehrenfreund: Unlike many of his competitors for the GOP presidential nomination, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal has laid out a detailed plan for replacing President Obama's health-care reform, widely known as Obamacare.
New York Times: Bobby Jindal enters the presidential race, saying "It is time for a doer."
Real Clear Politics: Jindal wore his underdog status as a badge of honor when he launched his presidential bid. "I'm running for president without permission from headquarters in Washington, D.C.,"