The president should have gone to the gulf as soon as the disaster became apparent
What's the point of the president going there, it's not like he's an expert on how to cap underwater oil leaks.
If the president doesn't go to visit the site of the disaster, it looks like he doesn't care about the people who are affected.
The resources used for a presidential visit to a disaster site would be better spent on the disaster itself.
A president can do just as much in Washington as he can do on site, given modern technology
Whether he does any good or not, it's good politics for him to go and bad politics for him to stay home
The president should leave the cleanup to the experts and stay out of their way
I don't agree with any of these statements