A new video produced by RightChange.com highlights the reckless incompetence of Obama’s lack of leadership and effective response to the BP oil spill disaster. Using images, video clips, and information about Obama’s activities in the 70 days since the BP Deepwater Horizon rig exploded and sank in the Gulf of Mexico. The video timeline is a powerful condemnation of Obama’s inability to act as President, deal with reality, and help with this massive crisis.
The video correctly blames Obama for not being ready to lead and lacking the necessary experience and ability to lead. It concludes with a call to action:
We need real leadership for America.
Help us elect and support new leadership this November.
Here’s part of the devastating timeline the video documents:
Day 1: The BP Deepwater Horizon oil rig explodes, killing 11 workers.
Day 3: The Dutch government offered the world’s most advanced oil skimming technology. Citing the Jones Act, “He [Obama] says… No.” …to protect his union buddies.
Here’s some additional information on Obama’s schedule and activities following the Deepwater Horizon accident by Soldier Of Truth:
Day 4: Obama attacks Arizona’s immigration law, then goes on vacation in NC with a round of golf included.
Day 5: Another round of golf for Obama.
Day 7: Obama welcomes the New York Yankees to the White House.
Day 8: Tom Strickland, chief of staff for Obama’s Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, goes on a “work-focused” trip that includes whitewater rafting in Arizona.
Day 10: Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal declares a state of emergency in Louisiana. Obama pledges “every single available resource” to take care of the spill, then attends a DNC fundraising dinner.
Day 11: White House says that there will be no drilling allowed in new areas until the cause of the explosion is known
Day 12: Obama attends White House Correspondents Dinner.
Day 13: Obama visits the gulf coast.
Day 14: Obama hosts the Navy football team at the White House.
Day 16: Obama hosts Cinco De Mayo party at the White House.
Day 19: Tar balls are found in Dauphin Island, Alabama.
Day 20: Obama delivers commencement speech at Hampton University.
Day 21: Obama nominates Elena Kagen for Supreme Court Justice.
Day 22: Another round of golf for Obama.
Day 24: Obama attends DCCC fundraiser.
Day 25: Obama criticizes oil companies for their “ridiculous spectacle” before Congress.
Day 26: Obama goes golfing.
Day 27: Obama golfs some more.
Day 28: Obama hosts UConn women’s basketball team.
Day 30: Oil makes landfall in Louisiana. Obama hosts state dinner for Mexican President Calderon.
Day 31: Obama meets with Bono.
Day 32: Obama addresses Wall Street reform at the White House Rose Garden.
Day 33: Obama golfs at Andrews Air Force Base.
Day 34: Governor Jindal announces that he’s tired of waiting for federal approval to build sand booms and that he will proceed without it. Obama discusses basketball with Marv Albert.
Day 35: The size of the oil slick reaches 30,000 square miles, enough to cover an area the size of Hawaii 3 times.
Day 36: Memorial service is held for the 11 men killed in the Deepwater Horizon explosion. Notably absent: Barack Obama. Obama attends fundraiser for Barbara Boxer in California, as well as a party with the Getty Oil family.
Day 38: The amount of oil leaked reaches 38 million gallons. Obama hosts the Duke basketball team at the White House.
Day 39: Obama visits the Gulf Coast for the second time, saying “I am the president and the buck stops with me.”
Day 40: Obama heads to Chicago for Memorial Day weekend vacation.
Day 41: Obama goes to the gym in Chicago.
Day 43: Obama press secretary Robert Gibbs states that he has seen “rage” and a “clenched jaw” from the President over the oil spill. The Department of Justice launches criminal probe of the oil spill.
Day 45: Obama says he is “furious” about the oil spill, then rocks out with Paul McCartney at the White House.
Day 46: Obama makes 3rd trip to the Gulf Coast since the explosion. Oil makes landfall in Florida.
Day 47: Oil hits Alabama beaches.
Day 50: Obama says he would fire Tony Hayward, CEO of BP.
Day 55: Obama plays golf.
Day 58: Obama finally meets with BP chairman Carl-Henric Svanberg.
Day 70: Still leaking. Obama still making speeches…
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An updated version of the Video provided below.