FLASHBACK: Obama Rips Bush in 2008 Over Katrina [VIDEO]

While Louisiana is flooding, President Obama is playing golf. He has no intention of visiting Louisiana right now it would mess up his golf game. He won’t even make a speech offering his sympathy for the people affected by the historic flooding that has killed at least 13 people and displaced tens of thousands more. It’s not that he wont interrupt his vacation for anything— he did headline a Hillary Clinton rally on Monday.

The mainstream media is making excuses, saying that it would be wrong for Obama to visit flood-ravaged Louisiana, he would only get in the way of the first responders.

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But in 2008 when running for president,Obama thought different, he blasted President Bush #43, for not going on the ground to visit the people of New Orleans, even though Bush was asked to stay away because the logistics of hosting a president would take away from the rescue effort.

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The future president ripped President Bush:

“When the people of New Orleans and Gulf Coast extended their hand for help…

Read the rest of the story and watch the VIDEO at Jeff Dunetz’s blog The Lid

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