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June 14th, 2010
04:37 PM ET

Louisiana demands justice, not charity

James Carville
CNN Contributor

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Henry Ford once described history as "one damned thing after another." And he didn't even live in Louisiana.

Much has been made of my "outburst" toward the Obama administration on May 26, with George Stephanopoulos on "Good Morning America," when I exclaimed, "Man, you got to get down here and take control of this! Put somebody in charge of this thing and get this moving. We're about to die down here!"

But those emotions had been percolating below the surface like the crude that threatens our way of life today.

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