AP — Speculation that Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal is on Republican Mitt Romney’s short list of potential vice presidential candidates is drawing new scrutiny to his decades-old writing about an exorcist-type act he claims to have watched as a college student. Political analysts say Romney, who rarely mentions his own Mormon faith in public, might be hesitant to pick Jindal as a running mate because of worries the Louisiana governor’s detailed description of the spiritual experience could drum up uncomfortable religious conversation.
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