Do you just give up all personal integrity and standards when you become a Republican
I saw Bobby Jindal on MSNBC a day or so ago.
They played a clip of his comments about Trump from last year and asked if he still believe them to be true and he said yes. They then asked him if he intends to support the nominee if it's Trump and he also said yes?
Bobby Jindal pulled no punches against Donald Trump on Thursday, raining down a deluge of criticisms on the current Republican leader in the polls, calling him "a narcissist," "an egomaniac," "non-serious," "substance-free," "insecure," "weak," "shallow," "unstable," among other knocks.
"Donald Trump is for Donald Trump. He believes in nothing other than himself. He's not for anything, he's not against anything," the governor of Louisiana and Republican presidential candidate told a gathering at the National Press Club in Washington. "Donald Trump is a narcissist and he's an egomaniac. That may sound like a serious charge to make, but everyone knows it to be true."
Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2015/09/bobby-jindal-donald-trump-narcissist-2016-213490#ixzz43H4mgd3S
Lindsey Graham is now fundraising for Ted Cruz after saying the choice between Trump and Cruz is a choice between being shot and poisoned. I assume he chose the poison?
He also said this
“If you killed Ted Cruz on the floor of the Senate and the trial was in the Senate, nobody could convict you,” Graham had said.http://nypost.com/2016/03/17/ted-cruz-hater-lindsey-graham-endorses-ted-cruz/
He later said, “When I joked about killing my distinguished colleague, that didn’t mean I was opposed to him becoming president.”