Jindal for president in 2012?

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Is Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana planning to run for president? The domain squatters (or Republican strategists) seem to think so. Jindal
They’ve registered not only http://www.BobbyJindal2012.com, but also http://www.BobbyJindal2016.com and http://www.BobbyJindal2020.com. Also taken
are http://www.JindalforPresident.com
and http://www.PresidentJindal.com.

And if you’re wondering what the presidential ticket might
look like, just picture the two rising stars of the GOP running together. Yes,
both http://www.JindalPalin.com and http://www.PalinJindal.com have been
registered. (Try not to cringe picturing Jindal as Palin’s veep.)

With Barack Obama breaking barriers, an Indian-American
in the White House may not be as far-fetched as it seemed just a year ago. So
what are you waiting for … http://www.PresidentBobbyJindal.com
is still available and so is http://www.PresidentPiyush.com (but probably not for long).

If they're taken, you can always try http://www.IndianDudeInTheWhiteHouse.com. And if that doesn't suit you, you may strike gold with http://www.ImpeachJindal.com.

As for me, I have my eyes set on two domain names: http://www.WhiteHouseScoundrel.com and http://www.Arghhhh!.com

If you enjoyed this piece, you'll love Melvin's novel Bala Takes the Plunge, available in North America through Amazon.com and McNallyRobinson.com You can also find it at major bookstores in India and Sri Lanka or online at FlipKart, IndiaPlaza, FriendsofBooks or other sites. A number of readers have written reviews of the novel. An excerpt of the novel can be read here.

Comments

  1. Jindal Patil says:

    why are you running for president? do u really think your going to win? not trying to make you feel bad or anything, but i doubt it :) good luck Jindal.. btw we have the same name :)

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