James Carville lays into Obama's do nothing Gulf Spill policy

Thomas Lifson
James Carville, a Louisiana Cajun, is moved to near desperation in his denunciation of President Obama's failure to lead in the Gulf oil leak. He is puzzled and anguished over the failure to capitalize politically, as well as the failure to lead the response. Perhaps he will someday realize that Obama only talks, he never really does much. For him, assembling a committee amounts to an action plan.

AT and other conservative sites warned the nation that Obama has never led or run anything in the run up to the election. More and more people are discovering they were sold a bill of goods, a manufactured image. He is a creature of the abstractions of the academic left.

The five minute video clip below from Good Morning America is well worth watching.


James Carville, a Louisiana Cajun, is moved to near desperation in his denunciation of President Obama's failure to lead in the Gulf oil leak. He is puzzled and anguished over the failure to capitalize politically, as well as the failure to lead the response. Perhaps he will someday realize that Obama only talks, he never really does much. For him, assembling a committee amounts to an action plan.

AT and other conservative sites warned the nation that Obama has never led or run anything in the run up to the election. More and more people are discovering they were sold a bill of goods, a manufactured image. He is a creature of the abstractions of the academic left.

The five minute video clip below from Good Morning America is well worth watching.