Louisiana’s Republican Gov. Bobby Jindal made fun of almost everyone during the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) last Friday, according to Mediaite.
The CPAC is an annual political conference where leading conservative organizations and activists and elected officials throughout the country gather and set the conservative agenda for the coming year.
“The organizers here at CPAC tell me you’ve had the opportunity to sign up to hear up to 70 political speeches over three days,” Jindal said in the opening statement. “You know, if I were offered a choice to hear 70 political speeches or undergo waterboarding, well I might have to think about that.”
Jindal said he told President Barack Obama that he was not interested in running for president in 2016. “What chance does a skinny guy with a dark complexion and a funny name have to get elected President of the United States?”
Jindal also said that both he and Obama were sued by UPS for using their slogan during their campaigns. “What can brown do for you?”
Jindall didn’t forget to humor vice president Joe Biden in his banter-filled speech.
“I actually ran into Joe Biden earlier today,” he said. “I’m not sure he recognized me though. He asked me to go get him a Slurpee.”
Watch Jindall’s speech here.