SHOCK VIDEO: A Tale of Two Presidents And Louisiana Flooding

Remember when Hurricane Katrina was struck, and liberals couldn’t take their eyes of George W. Bush and the damage?

Americans across the country were shocked by the television images they saw in Katrina’s immediate aftermath. People stood on rooftops waving their arms and pleading for help as the flood waters inundated their communities. Everyone was watching.

Now, Louisiana is flooding, and Obama can’t keep his eyes of his vacation, and nobody cares, because nobody is paying attention. At least 13 people are dead and 40,000 homes are damaged because of that flooding – and it appears that nobody is even talking about it.

Since rain hit the state’s southern region last week, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama have both issued no formal acknowledgements of the disaster, aside from a tweet. Because he’s doing nothing, I guess that means he can’t make any mistakes? George Bush was criticized for how he responded to Katrina, while Obama hasn’t been criticized for not even bothering to respond.

Via The Federalist Papers

Much can be said about the legacy of President George W. Bush, both good and bad. However, this video sums up the major difference between his presidency and that of President Barack Obama.

This YouTube video highlights two disasters in Louisiana under the two difference presidencies — Bush’s response to Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and Obama’s response to the massive flooding in Louisiana in 2016:

It’s time for President Barack Obama to visit the most anguished State in the union. When he was campaigning for his first term, he promised to never take any vacations. He’s taken at least forty, and has played over 300 rounds of golf. According to estimates, Obama’s first Christmas vacation to Hawaii cost $8 million – and that’s just once vacation!

He has less than a year left in office, and he can take off all the time he wants aftet he’s out of office. The time to act is now.

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