Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal is very, very, very good at staying on message.
In radio interviews — a common feature of Republican campaigning — Jindal has a set of talking points he delivers again, and again, and again.
In fact, Jindal is far and away the Republican presidential candidate who most consistently delivers or returns to his talking points, based on BuzzFeed News reporters who track presidential candidates daily and weekly interviews with radio and local television.
Jindal's favorite point is that Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are turning "the American dream into the European nightmare." He has been making some version of this exact statement virtually every time he has done a radio interview on the campaign trail for the past two months.
Other points oft-repeated by Jindal are that America is on the "path to socialism," that he disagrees with Jeb Bush's statement that Republicans "need to lose the primary to win the general," and that Obama and Clinton are both "socialists," just like Bernie Sanders, "only Bernie's more honest about it."
Here are some examples of him repeating the same things over and over again:
"They're trying to turn the American dream into the European nightmare."
Here he is saying it on TV on June 25:
"The path to socialism"
"Jeb Bush says we have to be willing to lose the primary to win the general"
Bobby Jindal is the Tracy McGrady of politicians:
Christopher Massie is a political reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.
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