John Kerry incompetent, his comments disgusting: Gov. Bobby Jindal

Jindal takes pot shots at Chris Christie too.

By Kevin Manuel

WASHINGTON, DC: Louisiana governor and possible 2016 presidential candidate Bobby Jindal has used a TIME interview with Zeke Miller to passively criticize New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and set him apart from his possible 2016 Republican presidential primary opponent.

Bobby JindalIn the interview, which took place just before the 8th Annual Boot and Jeans, BBQ and Beans in Franklin, Tennessee, Jindal stated,” I’ll just say, I’ve always been a policy guy.”

He then went on to separate himself from the New Jersey governor, who is lauded for his strong personality,” The next big elections can’t be about personalities or just about slogans. I think its incumbent upon out Republican Party to earn our way back to the majority. Let’s provide specific answers,” he told Miller.

Jindal and Christie have faced off in the political arena previously. The Republican Governor’s Association election saw Christie take the office in the current year, one which gives the winner a better platform for exposure in a hectic gubernatorial and congressional election season. Jindal served in the position in 2013.

Apparently no one on is safe from the response of Jindal, not even U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, who was in Vienna to take part in closed-door nuclear talks with Iran.

Kerry made scathing remarks against Kerry at an informal gathering with staff and their families at the U.S. embassy, as reported by the Weekly Standard Blog.

“I always get a little uptight when I hear politicians say how exceptional we are”, Kerry said, a statement he made while discussing “the sort of world we are in” and America’s stance in it.

As reported by Twitchy.com, Jindal took to twitter to describe Kerry’s comments as “disgusting” and questioned his competence in filling the post of U.S. Secretary of State. In another tweet, he called the Obama Administration’s Foreign Policy, “naïve.”

Kerry later went on to conclude his talk by outlining what he thought wereAmerica’s unique traits, which was based around the grand idea from which the Declaration of the United States was written: equality.

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