Eugene Robinson of the Washington Post shares his "disappointment" with Obama's trip to New Orleans:
"So it was strange and disheartening that Obama would wait nine months to make his first visit to New Orleans as president. It was stunning that he would spend only a few hours on the ground and that he wouldn't set foot in Mississippi or Alabama at all. But worst of all was the way he seemed to dismiss the idea that his administration could and should be doing much more."
Robinson's big mistake was in assuming that Obama actually cared. His actions to date belie that assumption.
Read it all here.