JUL 2 We all love our crawfish around here, but there's a special one making a splash on social media, and Nicholas Pierce writes about it here on Huffington Post. The Facebook page, "Can this crawfish get more likes than Bobby Jindal," is burning it up, often making more sense than the candidate himself. It's going to flame out, Pierce predicts, "because at some point it becomes hard to satirize a clown."
JUL 2 Blogger Ian McGibboney writes about a rare phenomenon he witnessed on social media: people from all walks of life agreeing. Usually, people on social media are going after each other over everything from politics to the color of grass. But one thing everybody seems to agree on: Bobby Jindal would be a terrible president.
JUL 2 Talking Points Memo gives us some of the choicest responses to the bone-headed #askBobby twitter campaign. Bobby Jindal's PAC launched the campaign, which, as anybody who has spent more than 10 minutes on Twitter would know, was a BAD IDEA.