Can't wait to get my hands on his new book!
On President Barack Obama, the Post says: Jindal accuses the White House of "political posturing" and "making big decisions about an industry [oil] they knew little about." He recounts being chastised by Obama just moments after the president landed for his first visit to Louisiana during the Gulf oil spill crisis. According to Jindal, Obama was upset because the governor had sent a letter to Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack requesting that the federal government authorize the use of food stamps for those whose jobs disappeared because of the spill. "He was upset," writes Jindal. "There was not a word about the oil spill. He was concerned about looking bad.