John King talks to James Carville and Mary Matalin who are in their home town of New Orleans looking at the damage so far from the disastrous BP oil s
May 26, 2010

John King talks to James Carville and Mary Matalin who are in their home town of New Orleans looking at the damage so far from the disastrous BP oil spill. You know whatever anyone thinks about how President Obama has responded to the disaster, this woman has no right to complain about anything. Talk to your old boss Mary. He laid the groundwork for this mess. Drill, baby, drill as your good friend Sarah Palin says and we don't need no stinkin' regulations... right? That "freedom" isn't smelling so good as it leaches its way into your front yard, is it?

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