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Gov. Bobby Jindal, the Goldilocks veepstaker?

Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie are too exciting. They could overshadow a Mitt Romney presidential ticket were they chosen as vice-presidential running mates.

Ohio Sen. Rob Portman or Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan? Too dull.

By that logic, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal might just be the Goldilocks candidate. What say you, Jindal?

"Is that a compliment or an insult?" Jindal laughed when asked by CBS4's Jim DeFede. "I'm trying to figure out whether you're complimenting me or insulting?"

Jindal goes on to say that the pick is up to Romney and that, ultimately, this is a campaign between the Republican presidential candidate and President Obama. Jindal also discusses Florida Gov. Rick Scott (he's a fan) and he says he opposes the style (not the substance) of President Obama's rule allowing the children of some illegal immigrants to remain in the United States.

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jindal is smarter than romney and a much better speaker and debater. he would overshadow romney without a doubt. His biggest problem is that Jindal still cares about the people of Louisiana which is bad for the GOP who only care about big business and protecting the super wealthy including romney himself,

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