The Gulf Coast is experiencing a crisis. While Southerners' livelihood hangs in the balance, what is the president doing to show solidarity for those affected by this catastrophe? A little golf here and there, some basketball, and a vacation to Chicago.
The hypocritical American Pravda was all over George W. Bush for playing golf during a time of war. However, they are absolutely fine with Obama and all of his extracurricular activities during a time of crisis.
Read about the dire situation in Louisiana and the indifferent president, via Gateway Pundit:
Louisiana Official to Obama: Your Oil Drilling Suspension “Will Kill Us”
"A Louisiana official pleaded with far left President Obama to lift his moratorium on new oil drilling and exploration. With the unemployment rate at 9.9% President Obama set up the moratorium after the BP oil spill in the Gulf.
CNN reported, via Free Republic:
'A Gulf Coast official is pleading with President Barack Obama to scrap the moratorium on new oil drilling and exploration as the investigation of the massive oil spill continues, saying the economic impact to her Louisiana parish would be too much to bear.
Charlotte Randolph, president of LaFourche Parish, said she spoke to Obama in person during his visit to the oil-stricken region Friday.
“I expressed to the president that we are dying because of the oil spill, but if he allows this suspension to happen it will kill us,” she told reporters Saturday, noting that her parish has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the country.
“First I’m hearing from fisherman who are dying because of the oil spill,” she said. “Now I’m hearing from the oil and gas industry and all of those associated services that they will be put out of business.”
Obama’s tour of the oil damage along the Gulf Coast came a day after he announced steps to limit new oil drilling and exploration during the oil spill. The president said he is “fully engaged” and ultimately responsible for what he called a catastrophe.'
The president is vacationing in Chicago this weekend."