Thursday, June 3, 2010

President Obama living the good life "from day one" of the Gulf oil spill

As the administration sticks to the script that it was on top of the Deepwater Horizon disaster "from day one," kevinkristy at PolitiPage provides a photo montage of exactly how the President spent his time in the first 41 days that followed .  Ed Morrissey made it the Obamateurism of the day at Hot Air:
The web site PolitiPage gives its readers a pictorial of Obama’s days and nights for each of the days following the Gulf spill until three days after Obama’s press conference. According to my count, the days and nights of Obama during the crisis have involved:

•Two days of media events (White House Correspondents Dinner and a tĂȘte a tĂȘte with Bono)
•Three days of fundraising
•Four commemorations
•Six days of vacation
•Six days of campaigning
•Six sports events
•Seven days of golf

No one expects any President to have a “singular” focus on one issue at a time; this job requires a multi-tasker. But we do expect some focus on the job. In 36 days, Obama seems to have little time for any real presidential work at all … except perhaps when he wakes up and when he goes to sleep.
Take a few minutes to review what your President was doing while Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal was begging for more boom and approval of his dredging plan.

Heartbreaking video from Fox News tonight:

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