He'll probably not be asked about this week's blogosphere boomlet regarding his "exorcism" essay.
Over at Clownhall, Kathryn Jean Lopez defended Jindal with her signature logic:
Can we please not use religion against another candidate this cycle?
[T]he insinuation appears to be that Jindal is a weirdo. The article that is circulating revolves around an "exorcism" Jindal experienced as an undergraduate at Brown University. While exorcisms should not be tried at home or in your dorm room, it is not breaking news that there is evil in the world. That a young man recognized this while in college is not a scandal.
Totally unrelated CNN news story:
It may be difficult for modern-day Western cultures to fathom, but in Western Kenya, beliefs in ghosts and witches are very real.
"I believe there is witchcraft and the witches kill," [Paul] Magoma says while building a chapel. His fellow workers concur: Witches exist and can put spells on people.
... At the top of a hill outside Kisii, Joseph Omache practices his craft. Omache is a shaman, or traditional healer. He throws bones and communes with ancestors to help heal physical and spiritual ailments.
"It is very painful when somebody kills another person in the name of witchcraft," he says. "Why couldn't they come to me so that I can perform my herbal potion to identify the real witch so that I can go ahead now to trap him and then we can see what to do?"
Omache says that in his 10 years of studies and decades of practicing, he has never come across a witch.
While witch-hunting should not be tried in a dorm room or without a competent shaman, it is not breaking news that there is evil in the world. That a man like Paul Magoma recognized this while building a chapel is not a scandal.
When Jindal helped exorcise the demon out of his friend Susan, was it cast into the herd of swine in the Louisiana State Legislature?
From the Roman Ritual on Exorcism: "Therefore, I adjure you, profligate dragon, in the name of the spotless Lamb, who has trodden down the asp and the basilisk, and overcome the lion and the dragon, to depart from this [person]."
Partial list of recent exorcism-related deaths here.
Credit Hairy Fish Nuts for the idea behind this blog post.