I guess the 2016 presidential race has really begun. From the Associated Press, about the Louisiana governor and conservative Republican: "Jindal, the incoming chair of the Republican Governors Association and a potential presidential candidate in 2016, on Sunday said slighting people simply isn’t good politics. 'You don’t start to like people by insulting them and saying their votes were bought. We are an aspirational party,' he said. Jindal said the Republican Party needs to convince voters it is the party of the middle class and upward mobility. Its conservative principles 'are good for every single voter' and it 'has to campaign for every single vote,' he added. 'We also don’t need to be saying stupid things,' Jindal said, referring to Republican Senate candidates in Missouri and Indiana who lost their races after comments about rape and abortion that were widely criticized."