Remember when flooding in Louisiana was a massive crisis – when we had a Republican President?
The Cajuns are seeing to their own rescue – 15,000 of them:
They’re known as the “Cajun Navy,” and in recent days they’ve become possibly the nation’s most important neighborhood watch.Troy Green, from Ascension Parish just south of Baton Rouge, loaded up his boat after hearing the Cajun Navy needed a few good sailors.He drove to East Baton Rouge Parish where the National Guard had a staging area.“I am here to help,” he said. “Where do you need me?”
They paired him with a local man and the two spent a full day pulling people — at least two of them in wheelchairs — out of flooded houses.
All while Obama golfed.