"I wouldn't mind keeping [Samuel] Alito, [Clarence] Thomas and [Antonio] Scalia. It is the other six I wouldn't mind getting rid of."
The six members he would remove include Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr., nominated by Bush, and Anthony M. Kennedy, nominated by Reagan. Justices Roberts and Kennedy ruled in favour of the Obamacare subsidies.
Justice Kennedy also supported the same-sex marriage ruling. Jindal also told the gathering he would "repeal and replace all of Obamacare" and implement a consumer-oriented alternative, according to the Daily Signal.
He called for efforts to secure the border and "crack down on sanctuary cities," and hold local officials in those cities accountable for flouting federal and state law. Meanwhile, a Huffington Post columnist suggested that "Bobby Jindal Has Antiquated Views On Immigrant Assimilation" During Thursday night's second-tier Republican candidate debate, Jindal proclaimed that "immigration without assimilation is an invasion," telling immigrants to "learn English, adopt our values, roll up your sleeves and get to work."
Jindal frequently says that he disagrees with people who don't think immigrants should assimilate, and he believes that immigrants should not be "hyphenated Americans." But many experts and scholars of immigration say his views are from a bygone era, and both the idea and the process of assimilation is complicated, the Post said.