November 17, 2015

It's about time they started culling their herd.

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal on Tuesday said he was ending his presidential bid, saying “this is not my time.”

Jindal had struggled to gain traction in the race, often failing to poll at even 1 percent in some surveys. He also underwhelmed in the money race, and had just $261,000 in the bank heading into October.

Here's a news flash for ya, Piyush. It won't be your time in 2020, it won't be your time in 2024, it won't be your time ever. So just retire to your nice cushy oil company job and forget about holding elective office again.

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