"One of the themes of the 2016 Republican presidential primary race has been the comical superfluousness of Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, whose campaign appears to consist entirely of sending out badly punctuated, nonsensical press releases and tweets. Today we may have reached maximum Jindal." — Slate.com, in a story titled "Bobby Jindal Proudly Announces Meteoric Rise to Tie for Fifth Place in Iowa Poll." Jindal's campaign had him with 6 percent of the vote, but Slate pointed out that RealClearPolitics.com, which averages several national polls, had the governor at 4 percent. Also: "The poll's margin of error was 4.7 percent."