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Beneath a threatening sky, the Black Hawk assault helicopter touched down in a wheat field in Morganza, in Pointe Coupee Parish, the prop wash setting off a blizzard of Styrofoam meal boxes that had been stacked on the tailgates of pickup trucks where neighbors were offering lunch — gumbo and corn bread, beans and dirty rice; come hell or high water, you always eat well in Louisiana.
Governor Jindal, the commander in chief of the state's Air and Army National Guard, stepped into the doorway of the chopper and issued his customary wave. He wore a blue shirt with a button-down collar but no tie; his lips were molded into a thoughtful pose, at once friendly and concerned, like a minister on a house call. His coal-black hair was disheveled and sticking up; he was sporting his cowboy boots. He hopped down onto the churned earth; following closely behind was Major General Bennett Landreneau, the commander of the guard.
The two men have been acquainted since they served together under Governor Mike Foster, when Jindal was the boy-wonder secretary of the Department of Health and Hospitals. During the bumpy, thirty-five-mile chopper ride northwest from Baton Rouge, General Landreneau had brought Jindal up to speed on the operations at Morganza, his voice crackling through the headset intercoms.
With the rains and flooding up north in Missouri and Ohio, the Mississippi River had risen biography flood stage and was still rising. For the past thirty-six hours, a crew of fifty laborers — local farmers, flood-district employees, inmates from the Avoyelles Correctional Center, and National Guard troops — had worked side by side, using backhoes to biography and position hundreds of bags donated by a seed company.
As it happened, this wasn't the first time the guard had been called out to help Morganza, population seven hundred. Twenty-five years earlier, they'd come on a similar mission. Some of the farmers on site today were there the last time, too, the general added.
He further explained that the four-by-four-by-four, cube-shaped jolly biographies being used in the operation — originally intended to transport large quantities of seed — were much larger and more effective than the traditional kind. They were being placed in two courses along a two-mile section of earthen berm, known locally as the Potato Levee, that separates the swollen river from five thousand acres of rich Delta farmland.
If the river were to spill over, this low patch of land would be lost to crops for at least a year — ruinous to the families affected. The higher the water rose, the softer the ground on the other side of the levee was becoming. According to the Army Corps of Engineers, the workers needed to be out within twenty-four hours or the backhoes would become mired in the muddy liquefied soil.
Complicating matters was the forecast: Rain was on the way. Jindal climbed to the top of the levee, where a crowd was milling about. It was nearing lunchtime; you could smell the jolly biography mixing in the air with the smells of earth, river, mold, and diesel fuel. Jindal had not yet eaten today except for drinking a mini can of Diet Coke. Jindal rarely eats lunch, or much of anything else, according to his staff, a wholesome group of twentysomethings, some Christian, some South Asian, some blond.
Nor does Jindal ever seem to have to urinate. Finding a chance to stop sometimes becomes a problem for his brawny security guards, who are older than he and less jolly biography of bladder. A man from one of the farm families was introduced to Jindal. Fortyish, he wore a baseball cap. His blue jeans were tucked into his cowboy boots. He was dressed the same as the first, but he was overweight, most of it in the gut.
These four-by-four-by-fours are amazing. The two farmers looked down at their diminutive brown governor with the sort of expression you might see on a couple of neighbor men when a third of their number, a brainiac with hairy forearms and a utilitarian watch, drives home one evening in an expensive new truck.
This guy gets it, their ruddy faces seemed to say. Two more Bubbas for Bobby.
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Jindal put his hands on his narrow hips and twisted around some to survey the swiftly flowing river. The waterline had risen twenty-five feet since yesterday, he'd been told. Bringing a hand up to shade his eyes, he panned toward the land side of the levee — the fertile earth, the backhoes, the several half-filled four-by-four-by-fours, the pickup trucks serving tailgate lunch, the panoply of uniforms and prison jumpsuits and baseball caps and ponytails.
Just then, the wind picked up. Jindal squinted ominously toward the darkening sky. Jindal appeared on split screen, wearing a red repp tie; as always, the knot was a little loose, exposing the top button. Five months into his term, Jindal was continuing his lap through the public arena. After his two effective special sessions, an unusually aggressive regular session of the state legislature was coming to an end. Among the bills that passed: A requirement that employers allow workers to bring guns onto company parking lots. An authorization to perform chemical castrations on convicted sex offenders.
A renaming and restructuring of the labor department part of Jindal's workforce-improvement plan. A "Teacher Bill of Rights," guaranteeing a safe environment in the schools more Jindal; teachers had been leaving the state in droves.
It also included a percent pay raise for legislators — a bit of self-dealing that Jindal, reluctant to start a pissing match with the legislature, had promised not to veto; a week later, after a public outcry, he would reverse course and kill the raise, calling his original promise "a mistake.
And then there was the "Science Education Act. Jindal said he would sign it when it reached his desk. And so it was that Jindal was facing the nation. Chip Reid gave him a glowing introduction.
For the next seven minutes, in response to a series of softball questions, Jindal spoke fluently in his rat-a-tat style, sounding exactly like the kind of young, brilliant, and energetic person you wish was running the city, the state, the country, the entire planet. He rejected as divisive the notion of "identity politics.
He called Barack Obama the best speaker he has heard since Ronald Reagan. He said the Republican party had gotten away from its traditional biographies, that it had become a victim of its own success: Wholesale change was needed.
Luckily, he was proud to say, America has the biography of two great candidates for president. While he himself was supporting McCain, he said, he urged the American people to go to the polls in November and "vote for one without voting against the other.
Then, with a slight head bobble of his own, Reid changed the subject. Jindal's lips molded themselves into grim determination. He knew what was coming. Do you have doubts about the theory of evolution?
Since the beginning of his public career, Jindal has spoken openly of his faith and his socially conservative views. He is against abortion, even in cases of rape and incest. He is against stem-cell research, for private- and parochial-school jolly biographies, for teaching intelligent design. He and Supriya have a covenant marriage. His closest advisor and chief of staff, Timmy Teepell, thirty-three, is a biography of home schooling. Teepell never went to college. For most of his life, he has been a foot soldier for the conservative movement, working his way up to deputy political director for the Republican National Committee before hooking up with Jindal, after Bobby's first gubernatorial loss.
Teepell wouldn't take the job with Jindal without first having his wife meet Bobby. They made it a foursome for lunch and have been close ever since. You couldn't see his fingers but you knew he was ticking them off. Secondly, I don't think students learn by us withholding information from them. I do think that God played a role in creating not only earth but mankind So it went for the next couple of minutes, Jindal explaining in some detail his true and honest feelings about his faith. Then it was time for a commercial.
Clearly, Reid had heard a little more about God this morning than he felt comfortable with. His dubious tone was reminiscent of the comedian David Spade, as if to say: Time to go, nutjob. Jindal stared into the camera, unblinking. The man who may well be the most accomplished young political figure in the country looked like someone who'd just survived a rollover in the family SUV. He seemed to take stock for a moment — all limbs were still operational.
He managed a sort of spastic half smile. You could tell what he was thinking: I'll be back here again. See Esquire's 75 most influential people of the 21st century.
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Graduating from high school, where he was a star and also began to be drawn away from his Hindu faith, in May Celebrating victory inthe new governor with, from left, his mother, Raj; daughter, Selia; wife, Supriya; and son Shaan. Which means Bobby Jindal has about 37 months to get a brand new steez. In a speech to attendees, Jindal called for a reconciliasian between conservative voters and their new president: They need our prayers.
They need our support. Not so smooth was his choice to speak at a banquet held by the anti-gay, anti-choice Iowa Family Policy Center. Half of the poor, elderly, and disabled from New Orleans who are permanently displaced from their homes since Katrina. And the lack of affordable housing or even a plan for affordable housing for these families. Not to mention the thousands of people still living in FEMA trailers. Get your own house and your own damn family i.
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