Thursday, May 27, 2010

We're All About to Die Down Here



"The President of the United States could've come down here, he could've been involved with the families of these 11 people" who died on the rig after an explosion, Carville said on ABC's Good Morning America. "He could be commandeering tankers and making BP bring tankers in and clean this up. They could be deploying people to the coast right now. He could be with the Corps of Engineers and the Coast Guard...doing something about these regulations. These people are crying, they're begging for something down here, and it just looks like he's not involved in this."

"Man, you got to get down here and take control of this! Put somebody in charge of this thing and get this moving! We're about to die down here!"

3 comments:

Will "take no prisoners" Hart said...

While I usually find the "Ragin' Cajun" a tad on the wacky side, on this one, I'm in total agreement with him. The very last thing that this President needs to be doing right now is fund-raising.

Oso said...

Absolutely. The Potus has taken a considered and non-confrontational and business friendly approach to everything he's been involved with.IMO this is no different. His defenders disagree but I say examine his track record. This is how he operates.

Lee said...

I wonder if he was trying to keep the cash flow from BP that he has enjoyed so much.