It is always entertaining when milquetoast Republican governors who harbor dreams of running for president decide to try to toughen up their image by throwing red meat to the crowd at CPAC. We saw Tim Pawlenty do it several years back and Bobby Jindal do it again today when he kicked off his remarks by sarcastically offering an apology to former president Jimmy Carter for having mistakenly called him the “worst president of this great country in my lifetime.”
Apparently having totally forgotten the eight-year debacle that was George W. Bush’s presidency, Jindal said the title of worst president now belongs to Obama who, quite frankly, is just not very bright.
“We have long thought and said this president is a smart man,” Jinda declared. “It may be time to revisit the assumption”: