Who are you voting for?
Republican Bobby Jindal
Birth Name: Bobby (Piyush) Jindal
Date Of Birth: June 10, 1971 (Age 44)
Origination: Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Occupation: U.S. Governor
Education: Brown University
Family: - Married; Supriya Jolly
- 3 Children
A little more about Jindal :
Bobby Jindal first explored his interest in politics while attending Brown University in 1991. His past positions include working as an intern for Louisiana Congressman, Jim McCrery as well as serving in The House of Committee of Ed. and the workforce. In addition, Jindal became the assistant secretary for the Department of Health and Human Services for President George W. Bush in 2001. In January 2008, Bobby Jindal became the first Indian American to be elected governor in the United States.
- Jindal wants to secure the border, then allow a path to citizenship for undocumented residents.
- He believes we need to end birth-right citizenship for illegals and expand legal immigration.
- Opposes the DREAM Act and protection given to young undocumented immigrants.
- "Immigration without assimilation is invasion" : Immigrants must learn English, adopt American values, work and pay taxes.
- Does not believe in Amnesty.
"The more you pay in taxes, the less free you are"
- Jindal's plan is to lower tax brackets to simplify tax code for every American. There should be 3 personal tax brackets: 2%, 10%, 25%
- Jindal believes we should illuminate corporate income tax, the death tax, the gift tax, the alternate minimum tax, and the marriage penalty.
- Supports considering private accounts for Social Security
- Tax breaks for businesses
- Advocates for parent choice
- Anti-Teacher unions
- Believes that Common Core violates the 10th amendment
- Local control instead of Common Core
- Shrink Department of Education and reduce its power
- Tax deductions for tuition/ qualified educational expenses
- Reward good teachers with flex pay
- Strongly opposes the Iran deal (Nuclear deal)
- Open to sending troops against ISIS
- Agrees on deterring foreign arms transfers to China
- Maintain militray and diplomatic powers
As we embrace the American dream and the freedoms it represents, we must also ensure that those who wish to enjoy those freedoms become a part of our society and learn to speak our language.