Louisiana Governor Jindal to change first name to “President”

Don Kiebels

Louisiana Governor “Bobby” Jindal today announced his intention to legally change his first name from “Piyush” to “President” in the next few weeks as he prepares himself for the Oval Office in 2017.

The bold move comes on the heels of his appearance outside the White House where he proclaimed President Obama “unfit to be commander in chief.”

“You call a ‘duck’ a ‘duck’ and a ‘cow’ a ‘cow,’ right? ‘President Jindal’ is no different,” said the two-term Louisiana governor as he gave a wink and the gun.


President Jindal has President Jindal’s vote.

Jindal, who is expected to seek the 2016 Republican presidential nomination and now talks in the third person, said he fully expects to be in the White House when President Obama leaves office.

“President Jindal will be in the Oval Office come January 2017, and President President Jindal will be twice the president anyone else has ever been.”

The Louisiana governor, who has been criticized for his significant travel and time spent away from Louisiana over the years, says his governor’s American Express credit card points are “just about there” for claiming the U.S. presidency as a reward.

“There was a lot of traveling and the road wasn’t easy for President Jindal, but the people at American Express have been tremendously supportive over the years and President Jindal is ready to redeem his points and become President President Jindal.”