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Bobby Jindal found fewer people at the Florida Republican Party's Sunshine Summit but those there applauded his call to "secure our borders" to help prevent terrorist attacks like those in Paris.

"We need to keep the people of France in our thoughts and prayers," said Jindal. "This is an attack on free people everywhere."

Jindal said it is  "Time for us to secure our borders and keep us safe from these radicals."

Other highlights from his speech:

"This politically incorrect nonsense has got to stop."

"We're losing our First Amendment religious rights as well."

"The United States did not create religious liberty, religious liberty created the United States of America."

"My parents came here 45 years ago in search of freedom and opportunity."

"My parents, when they came to this country they came legally."

"We have to put an end to sanctuary cities.'

"I'm tired of this divider-in-chief in the White House."

"If you want to come to America come legally, learn English."

"If somebody doesn't want to be an American, don't come to America."


"I am angrier at the Republicans in D.C. than the Democrats in D.C."



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