Vice President contenders? Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, Florida Governor Charlie Crist and Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal
Following a weekend with presidential hopeful Senator John McCain, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal said he discussed a number of topics with the senator, except the possibility of being McCainâ€™s vice presidential running mate.
â€œThere was never any explicit talk whatsoever about a short list, about vice president, any of that,â€ said Jindal.
However, the governor did say he had several one on one moments with Senator McCain during his weekend trip to Arizona.
â€œIt was a wonderful weekend,â€ Jindal said. â€œJohn and Cindy were very gracious. Not only did we have a chance to talk to him one on one, as well as in a group, we had a chance to visit with the other senators there, the other business leaders.â€
Jindal said he talked with people still needing information on Louisianaâ€™s recovery since the storm, telling them it is a place to invest and that the business climate is changing.
Jindal said he did not know if there would be any further social type weekends like this one, but did say he is planning on seeing McCain again real soon â€“ when Senator McCain stops in Louisiana in two weeks working the campaign trail.
The video of Governor Jindal is here.
Sarah Palin, the Governor of Alaska is in first place, followed closely by former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney. Bobby Jindal finishes third.
An interesting result especially since Palin has not been seen with Senator McCain in some time.
Will she now get an invite to the ranch?
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