Bobby Jindal accuses Obama of politicizing the Oil Spill - but Bobby, tell us, where have you been?
This is rich.
Jindal accuses Obama of politicizing the oil spill.
Wherever there was a camera, there was Bobby, going on and on and making such heartfelt statements about those affected by the oil spill.
As soon as the cameras were gone, Jindal was on a plane, criss-crossing the country to help Republican campaigns in other states, rather than here, in state, dealing with the unfortunate but not newsworthy aftermath of the spill and the moratorium.
And he accuses Obama of politicizing the spill?
In his new book “Leadership and Crisis,” Louisiana’s Republican Gov. Bobby Jindal, often considered a potential future presidential contender, takes President Obama to task in his new book for the White House’s response to the Gulf Coast oil spill, according to reports.
Jindal suggests the president and his administration were more interested in the political optics of their response than the actual impact of their actions, according to Politico.