LIMBAUGH: [T]he people on our side are really making a mistake if they go after Bobby Jindal on the basis of style. Because if you think - people on our side I'm talking to you - those of you who think Jindal was horrible, you think - in fact, I don't ever want to hear from you ever again. ... I've spoken to him numerous times, he's brilliant. He's the real deal.
"an earnest dork"
"a weird inflection"
"figured out a way to speak too quickly and too slowly at the same time"
and the ultimate:
And these comments are from CONSERVATIVES!
Honestly, with that staircase in the background he looked like he was poised at the front door trying to make his pitch to the mailman.
But anyway, he's got Rush Limbow-wow to defend him. And how could you do better than that? After all, Rush thinks of himself as an acolyte of William F. Buckley (I think he met Buckley and served him drinks - once). That in itself should prove to you how wonderfully Republican and human Jindal is. Not!
Let me digress: Limbaugh putting himself into the shoes of William F. Buckley is totally ridiculous. I interviewed Buckley twice on my old syndicated radio show, "Strictly Books" and can tell you that Limbaugh would never have gained the slightest bit of respect from Buckley. Limbaugh's monosyllabic screeds would have appalled Buckley who was a conservative patrician through and through. Buckley would have put down Limbaugh with one or two sextasyllabic words and that would have been the end of a discussion.