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President Obama visits Louisiana today the local people not happy with the president's answers on the disaster during that news conference yeah.
Jeff Flock almost seen what's the mood of the people right Najaf.
I tell you Stewart did this is a populace that typically supports the president but on this one if they had a voice today they would say.
Is it failure the protection of the marsh is a failure the government's response is a failure.
They're also upset that.
The federal government has not approved the building -- sand berms out here they have a plan to build 244 different sand berms out here in the gulf to try and stop the oil from coming -- The government has essentially approved only six they only did that yesterday and they've only given them the funding for one of them.
Even though that at some point theoretically BP should be able to pay for.
There but there's not a lot of joy with the president right now I've got a couple real fast question for you Jeff -- Long Will those local people who may be -- Angry at the president will they get a chance to talk to and while one face to face.
A number to you on the beach that the oil is close.
And we heard reports that you can smell -- smelly oil.
You can't exactly not only can you smell it you can if you look down here mr.
These are tar balls but but that's oil -- tar balls that's what they look like these are small ones.
Because there had been much wave action out here but that's that's all oil or oil here in terms of the president.
No in fact Billy nuggets -- the guy who -- plaque in his -- he's been pushing this.
This berm idea.
He said he had not been invited he's going to show up anyway physical let -- -- from the out of they have to.
This morning on local radio he said.
You know I wonder if the fishing industry in.
Louisiana it is too big to fail -- Good one by Jeff see Elena.
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