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Carville blasts Obama as too distant from spill; Jindal shines

There are 10 comments on the WWL-TV New Orleans story from May 27, 2010, titled Carville blasts Obama as too distant from spill; Jindal shines. In it, WWL-TV New Orleans reports that:

Not only is the millions of gallons spilling from the seafloor of Gulf of Mexico fowling Louisiana's coast, political careers are withering in the wake of the massive environmental disaster.

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We The People

United States

#1 May 27, 2010
Never was a big fan of Carville's, but I'm liking how he know knows how it feels to be powerless in the face of do nothing government. Welcome to the real world Jimmy!

Since: Dec 08

Kerrville, TX

#2 May 27, 2010
I can't stand Carville's politics but I think he is hilarious whenever I see him on TV. He was almost foaming at the mouth at Obama's ineptitude. I just wonder that if and when this oil spill debacle ends if he will revert back to his old ways of kissing the Messiah's butt or will he be a tad bit reserved in his praise of the Anointed One?
patriotic democrat

United States

#3 May 28, 2010
You have to feel sorry for Mary Landrieu after she supported Obama just to be thrown under the bus when his Cap and Trade agenda proved more important than saving Louisiana.

She is a good person like James Carville. She has a Heart. She knows that these far left Progressive freaks like Obama just have AGENDAS. And, Oily, dying Pelicans make good photo ops for the Hard Left and their anti energy, job killing, "CAP and TRADE" AGENDA. Pitiful!

Waukegan, IL

#4 May 28, 2010
You people shouldn't be attacking the Young President this way.

Didn't he just spend an entire three hours in New Orleans?

Why, that's three fifths of his average round on the golf course.
patriotic democrat

United States

#5 May 28, 2010
JRobert wrote:
You people shouldn't be attacking the Young President this way.
Didn't he just spend an entire three hours in New Orleans?
Why, that's three fifths of his average round on the golf course.
And, can we hear a GREAT BIG ....PATHETIC for this elitest snob of a President.

Waukegan, IL

#7 May 28, 2010
patriotic democrat wrote:
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And, can we hear a GREAT BIG ....PATHETIC for this elitest snob of a President.
Come on. Give the Young President a break.

He has to get home in time to go on vacation for Memorial Day.

After all, whether he honors them or not, the military dead who fought for our country will be just as dead.

Anchorage, AK

#8 May 28, 2010
Carville is kind of crazy, but right on on this one!!!

He knows that a Hawaii surf bum with an affirmative action law degree is not qualified to be president.
Bill Carson

Mattapoisett, MA

#9 May 28, 2010
The arrogance displayed by BP, in what now is termed the greatest ecological disaster in history' is a phenomenal response in terms of lack there of. What is even worse is lack of courage by the Obama administration to take charge and declare BP inept in stopping the flow of 200'000 gallons of the oil into the gulf of Mexico ,daily. This is no longer a BP problem,this has become a global problem. There are many oil companies,many engineers,many sources that could have been tapped for a 'TEAM' effort to stop the broken well from it's continual flow into the Gulf of Mexico. This was not done. BP has acted alone in trying to find an answer to fix the problem but their continued arrogance and ineptness in solving the problem has been a total failure. What is even worse is BP was allowed to continue and not fired. Today we enter day 37 of continued flow of crude oil into the Gulf. Today BP will try another technique to try to stop the flow There is a theory that this oil slick will eventually get into the Gulf Stream and eventually on our shores in Massachusetts. The heartache of watching oil slicked marshes,oil covered pelicans attempting to fly continues on a daily basis. We were planning a winter escape to Key West in 2011 but because of the strong possibility that the oil will end up on the beaches there,we will not. I was a strong supporter of Obama in the last election,today I am not!

Addison, TX

#10 May 28, 2010
Obama's poll numbers continue to go down.

The economy remains stagnent.

Unemployment is still high with no signs of going down soon.

Iran is going nuclear.

North Korea is sinking South Korean ships and threatening war if anyone looks at them sideways.

Those two countries prove that Obama's foreign policy of disarmament and groveling to dictators does not make them love us.

Now Obama's inertia due to incompetence has led to the greatest environmental diaster in US history.

Sooner or later, like it or not, the blame is going to fall on the Anointed One and his poll numbers will go down even more.
Peter Rand

United States

#11 May 29, 2010
Obama's handlers won't have considered letting what they refer to as "the filthy citizen scum" come anywhere NEAR Obama during his brief Louisiana "photo op" yesterday.

They might have asked him a non scripted question like "What the Hell have YOU been doing for the last 40 DAYS to save the Gulls, the environment and the State of Louisiana???"

There is a big difference between Carville and Obama.

Obama is one of those elitiest "Progressive" Zombies.

Carville is a MAN with a heart and a soul.

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