"One, I don't think adding more politics to this body fixes it, and secondly ... I'm a Christian, I'm a conservative — I also understand we have a bigger issue in terms of where the culture is moving," he said. "It's not clear to me if there was a vote, [it] would necessarily turn out the way I would want it to turn out, especially if you look at polls. Unlike Hillary Clinton, unlike President Obama, my beliefs aren't evolving with the polls when it comes to marriage."
"This was a bad week for the court and the rule of law," said Mr. Jindal, who entered the 2016 presidential race last week. "I think the easiest way to fix this is to appoint justices who will actually read a dictionary, read the Constitution."