Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal gave some choice advice to Republican National Committee staffers during his appearance at the Southern Republican Leadership Conference in New Orleans on Friday, recommending that they "may want to stay away from Bourbon Street."
"Just a word of advice," Jindal said.
Bourbon Street is well known for its numerous adult entertainment venues, and with the RNC's "Bondage Gate" scandal still fresh in the minds of many within the GOP, some may be thinking "too soon."
In his address, Jindal also told Republicans to act with conviction to repeal health care reform, and offered words of optimism about the chances for GOP success in November's midterm elections.
The Louisiana governor also denied rumors that he might be a candidate for president in 2012.
"I am not running for president of the United States," he said. "I've got the job I want."
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