Bobby the Page

I think  Boby jindal sounds just like Kenneth the page from30 Rock.  See what you think. 

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  1. acilius

     /  February 25, 2009

    Brilliant, believer! What’s with the Republicans? They choose a Tina Fey look-alike for VP, then a Kenneth the Page sound-alike to respond to Mr O’s first SoTU address. They must be nuts about that show.

  2. cymast

     /  February 25, 2009

    The only thing I understood in all that was Kenneth putting on lipstick.

    Isn’t the Jindal clip edited? The video of his “speech” is too choppy and his story makes no sense whatsoever.

    Isn’t Tina from SNL and Kenneth from 30 Rock? So the Republicans are nuts about which show?

    I’m more of a 3rd Rock fan . .

  3. lefalcon

     /  February 25, 2009

    This is the first I’ve heard about this show, “30 Rock.” But the title is so similar to “Third Rock from the Sun,” which may have had one or two marginally funny jokes during the entire series. Surely “30 Rock” can’t claim to be even that good … but I’ve never seen it and wasn’t even aware of its existence until about five minutes ago.

    Bobby Jindal: I don’t have audio capacity here, so I can’t gauge if what’s posted here is a spoof of him or his actual address.

  4. cymast

     /  February 25, 2009

    I wonder why I am completely engaged in comedic bliss whenever I watch 3rd Rock.

    Have not seen 30 Rock.

  5. lefalcon

     /  February 25, 2009

    Are you serious? You *love* “Third Rock…”? Or are you joking? I can’t tell. There are far worse shows, to be sure … and it’s a big improvement over Lithgow’s role in “Terms of Endearment.”

  6. cymast

     /  February 25, 2009

    Love “3rd Rock,” no joke! The brilliant casting, the refreshing premise, and the invigorating pace- and of course the finely crafted humor- enthralling! I don’t know why one would rate it badly.

  7. acilius

     /  February 26, 2009

    I love 30 Rock, I never had strong feelings about 3rd Rock. The clip really is Jindal, and he really does sound exactly like Kenneth the Page from 30 Rock.

  8. acilius

     /  February 26, 2009

    Tina Fey was on Saturday Night Live and is now the star of 30 Rock, a show she created.

  9. cymast

     /  February 26, 2009

    That explains it!

  10. acilius

     /  February 26, 2009

    Glad I could be of assistance!

  11. believer1

     /  February 27, 2009

    i hope all of you heard the clips i thought it was sooo funny.

  12. acilius

     /  February 27, 2009

    Funny, but also creepy. Sarah Palin and Bobby Jindal are two of the Republicans’ top presidential choices for 2012. I wonder which politicians reminiscent of other 30 Rock characters will throw their hats into the ring.

  13. cymast

     /  February 27, 2009

    Wow I just saw these clips compared on MOJO, they must subscribe to you, Believer!

  14. cymast

     /  February 27, 2009

    Sarah Palin and Bobby Jindal ?? I don’t understand. I already know Palin is abysmally embarrassing, but somebody please tell me that Jindal clip was edited for comedic effect . .

  15. lefalcon

     /  February 27, 2009

    The video of Jindal is edited. That’s why it seems so choppy. It *is* a pretty stupid speech, but it was not originally choppy like that.

    JINDAL:

    “Today in Washington, some are promising that government will rescue us from the economic storms raging all around us. Those of us who lived through Hurricane Katrina, we have our doubts.”

    So … it’s not that the govt mis-managed Katrina ??

    Rather, any govt-run mechanism intended to help citizens in crisis — no matter how perfectly managed — is inherently flawed by virtue of its tie to govt.

    Yeah! We don’t need big govt going around trying to save people FROM DEATH.

    (Govt be stickin its nose where it dont belong.)

  16. acilius

     /  February 28, 2009

    The whole speech is just as bad.

  17. acilius

     /  February 28, 2009

    Exactly! It’s like he’s trying to blame Mr O for the federal response to Katrina.

  18. lefalcon

     /  February 28, 2009

    I just don’t think Jindal can be president after a performance like this. He has to be vice-president now.

  19. lefalcon

     /  February 28, 2009

    The Katrina remark, the more I think about it, gets more and more bizarre.

    1.As already noted, Katrina does NOT illustrate an inherent inability of government to help its citizens. It just shows what happens when the people in government are unbelievable fucking morons.

    2.As Acilius notes, he seems to be blaming *Obama* for the Katrina thing. What sense does it make to challenge the Democrats by referring to your own party’s egregious mis-handling of a disaster?

    Jindal, being from Louisiana, has to reference Katrina in some fashion, so he’s trying to jujitsu it to his advantage. But it’s pretty tough to sell your party to the public by pointedly referencing how, when your own party does attain power, it shows itself a ghastly failure at serving its own people.

    Lousy speech. He’s really ruined himself. As I indicated, he can only be vice president now. That’s just what happens in the USA to aspiring leaders who are totally and visibly bankrupt: They can only become vice president. Well, I mean, unless they become president.

  20. acilius

     /  February 28, 2009

    Yes, Jindal’s utterly ruined. Now he must accept the post of vice president in the Jeb Bush administration. Because that’s what happens to an American politician when he is good for nothing. He and two of his sons serve as US president.

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