Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal on NBC’s Meet the Press comments on Obama’s TSA and terrorism policies (via Hot Air):
I think the American people are worried when they see an administration worried about reading Miranda rights to the underwear bomber. They’re so worried about rights of the terrorists, what about the rights of innocent American travelers?
It feels too much from this administration like we’re playing a defensive game in the war on terrorism.
Luck is not a strategy. We need to be rooting out these networks, we need to be killing these terrorists. The bottom line is yes we need to secure our country, but simply playing defense isn’t enough.
Bobby Jindal, who in Florida Pundit’s view would be a great presidential candidate, recently published a book, Leadership and Crisis, that would be valuable reading for President Obama.