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Jindal: Republican Voters Are Looking for Someone to 'Get Things Done'

MSNBC's "Morning Joe."

By    |   Tuesday, 06 Oct 2015 11:19 AM

Republican voters are not just angry with President Barack Obama, but they're frustrated with the whole political process and Washington lawmakers, GOP contender Bobby Jindal said Tuesday, commending Democrats such as Rep. Nancy Pelosi and Sen. Harry Reid for fighting for their beliefs.

"They are angry at these Republicans who keep telling them why they can't do anything," the Louisiana governor told MSNBC's "Morning Joe" program, during an explanation of the work he's been doing to build his name in the early voting state of Iowa.

Washington's Republicans can't get rid of Obamacare, stop amnesty, defund Planned Parenthood or stop the deal with Iran, said Jindal, calling them the "surrender caucus. At least Pelosi and Reid fight for their beliefs. Republican voters are looking for somebody to fight for them to get things done."

Jindal said his campaign is doing town halls in all of Iowa's 99 counties and building a movement in that state, where recent polls put his numbers at 6 percent.

He told the program he's got a record of getting things done, and while all Republicans talk about cutting government spending, "I'm the only one running for president that's actually done it ... we cut our state budget [by] 26 percent."

Further, he pointed out that Planned Parenthood's contracts were canceled in Louisiana, and that he's "the only one with a plan for how you get rid of Obamacare and how [to] replace it."

He continued that if elected, he'll keep fighting against Obamacare.

"You may have seen a little over a week ago Donald Trump came out and said the government should be paying for everybody's health care," he said. "This is a fundamental issue. As conservatives, if we don't choose to fight on this issue, we've given up."

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