if this was the case, would you have been mad?
During the largest oil crisis in history, President Bush played golf seven times and went on
I agree, Lovin. It seems ludicrous that people were FURIOUS over the Patriot Act, until Obama embraced and expanded it. They were FURIOUS about the wars, but 18 months later, not so much.
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Answer by lowencope at 11:00 AM on Jun. 22, 2010
I don't care who the president is or was... I'm just outraged that this has gone on for so long without a major benefit. After seeing the pics on yahoo this morn, I just wanted to cry. I know that there are folks there doing all they can to get this mess cleaned up, but the Gulf needs every available hand! I read this and it made me so mad: Plaquemines Parish's coastal zone management director, P.J. Hahn, wades in the oily muck June 5 on Queen Bess Island. "You'd think there would be a flotilla of people out here," Hahn told AP. "As you can see, we're so far behind the curve in this thing." I tell ya, if I could leave my job and find someone to care for my family, I'd be there in a minute! Where is the major relief effort with the thousands of volunteers? Leave the financial responsibility to BP, but the Gulf needs hands. Sorry, I'm emotional :-( The Pres. should be addressing the country asking for volunteers to
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Answer by Anonymous at 11:13 AM on Jun. 22, 2010
I am just SO confused, Rahm Emanuel, the White House chief of staff, said Hayward has committed yet another in a "long line of PR gaffes", BUT they are Ok with the president playing golf and taking vacations. Now THATS quite the double standard!
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