Louisianans: Bush did better with Katrina than Obama is doing with the Spill.

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  1. USArmyRetired
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    You heard it here. Louisianans believe Bush could do better with the Oil Spill than Obama is doing. I believe they are right and spot on. Obama should have acted since day one and went on National TV and spoke to the masses. Sarah Palin would have done the same thing I believe and she would have eased the tensions with people being affected by the spill. Her experience with the Oilfield would ensure Louisianans that they are top priority over other issues being dealt with.


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    A new Public Policy Polling survey confirms that Louisianans reject Obama's incompetent handling of the Gulf oil spill even more than they did Bush's handing of Hurricane Katrina.

    As un-earthed by the Washington Examiner (these results were buried deep within the text of the report), it states:

    Louisianans believe that President George W. Bush did a better job of handling the crisis in the state than President Obama, 50 to 35.
    The survey also found that Louisianans overwhelmingly think the Gulf oil spill is far more harmful to Louisiana in the long run than Katrina (76-17%).

    Louisianans: Bush did a better job with Katrina
    Louisianans: Bush did a better job with Katrina
     
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    Ted cites a loony rightwing rag for proof? $20 billion set aside in escrow and administered by a 3rd party? Yep, sure sounds as if the BHO admin is doing worse than Bush and Katrina: not. Can it do more? Yes. Anderson Cooper's interview with Louisianans frustrated with the feds not getting its act together quickly was telling last night.

    Ted you have no cred when you pull this crap.
     
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    Not only that but the asshat is attmepting to compare apples to anvils....:cuckoo:
     
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    DAMN...He must be a Democrat!!!!
     
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    No, based on his name, he appears to be a Tea Bagger....although, it appears that Tea Baggers can be Democrats as recently found about about their new sweetheart Sharron Angle, so who knows.
     
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    So does this mean Obama hates black people too? Because he is doing a worse job than Bush?
     
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    Although the press will have you believe otherwise, we were more upset over the local response than the Federal response after Katrina. Blanco and C. Ray were asleep at the switch. As fo the oil spill, we rather wish the feds would just get the hell out of the way. We can't get straiht answers and they delay everything.
     
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    Nagin had a meltdown in his "chocolate" city..
     
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    I agree on this. Waive the fed regulations and let the locals and state react in the ways they know will work.
     
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    I'd like to know why all the people who are drawing unemployment can't be put to work cleaning this up. Would it not help the economy?
     

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