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Barack Obama is making me laugh Big Government
I understand why he must ram immigration through now. And why he is
taking this issue on now after destroying the American healthcare
system. He has no shot of re-election without a base of amnestied
illegal immigrants voting for Democrats. It is his only motive — but I
What about the Gulf? This is a catastrophe of unfathomable
proportions, the decades-long repercussions of which have not yet begun
to be understood or calculated. What about those people, those
communities? Whole swaths of coastline, entire towns, even entire
counties may face evacuation.
Why isn’t the President of the United States working on the problem
24/7? I want to know why the nation’s Chief Executive has not been holed
up in a war room, 24 hours a day, seven days a week for the past 72
days, working with the world’s finest scientific minds and oceanographic
and energy experts to solve the oil spill crisis.
Where is the BP war room? And why isn’t the POTUS in it? Why isn’t
Obama attached at the hip to BP executives and to every oil specialist
in such matters, working on the “leak” until it is fixed? Why weren’t
the best brains in NASA brought in — as opposed to Obama’s redirecting
their efforts to “help Muslim countries”?
Why isn’t the President of the United States accepting the myriad
offers of help from allied nations?
Why are the images being hidden from view? Why are folks prohibited
from certain areas? Why isn’t there wall-to-wall on-scene coverage, as
there was of the Valdez oil spill — which looks lilliputian next to this
In 2005, a devastating act of G-d, hurricane Katrina busted the
levies and blew out New Orleans. It was an historic tragedy, and we will
never forget it. How could we? The media beat us to death with story
after story about George W. Bush’s incompetence (as if he were G-d).
Do you remember how the media fought under the Freedom of Information
Act to print pictures of bodies floating in the water? They wanted to
make every death a case of murder — perp? Bush. They were relentless.
But looking back after the Gulf oil spill, it is clear that Bush did a
damn fine job, considering the Democratic opposition he had to work
with in Louisiana. The Democratic state of Louisiana failed abysmally.
The “chocolate city” mayor Ray Nagin refused to evacuate. The fact is
that the loss of life and the destruction wrought by Hurricane Katrina
was glaring proof of the failure of the welfare state, a.k.a. the
Democrats’ statism model. It was a Democrat mayor, a Democrat governor,
and a Democrat political machine in Louisiana that were responsible for
the lack of action, response and coordination of pre- and post-Katrina
efforts (and to ABC’s
surprise, Katrina victims praised Bush and blamed Nagin).
The surrounding Republican states suffered horribly from Katrina and
Rita, but you never heard about them.
Fast forward to this nation’s worst disaster and even more
disastrously handled catastrophe — Oilbama. Obama has taken the position
of a spectator as the Gulf disappears. Amnesty for illegal aliens —
that’s what’s important.
Who would you rather be in charge during the BP spill? Bush or Bama?
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UPDATE: You see this — hat tip Shar<
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