As Oil Hits Marshes, Exasperation With BP and the Federal Government Grows
As thick oil flows into the sensitive marshes of the Louisiana coast, Gov. Bobby Jindal called on the White House and BP today to either stop the oil spill or get out of his way.
Gov. Bobby Jindal warns BP and the White House to help or get out of his way.Jindal is still waiting for the federal government to provide millions of feet in boom and to approve an emergency permit for a state plan to dredge and build new barrier islands to keep the oil from reaching the marshes and wetlands.
Jindal is so desperate for the islands, he's said he'll build them even if it sends him to jail.
"We've been frustrated with the disjointed effort to date that has too often meant too little, too late for the oil hitting our coast," Jindal said.
NETWORKS BEGIN TO TURN ON OBAMA
ABC's "World News" Reports On Oil Spill: "Anger Is Reserved For Washington
CBS' "Evening News" Spends Nearly Half Show On Spill, Focuses On Impatience
MSNBC's Schultz Turns On Obama: "This Is Now Your Oil Spill"
Looks like the tide is Turning on this adminisrtation. People are finally starting to see Obama for what he was. A professor/community organizer who is out of his league. He and his merry band of socialists/leftists that he has surrounded himself with continures to fail every test so far....Come on November.
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