Hey Obama, Here Are 15 Pics of Louisiana People Suffering as You Golfed

US President Barack Obama takes a shot at 18th fairway as he plays golf at Mid-Pacific Country Club in Kailua, Hawaii, on January 1, 2014. The first family is in Hawaii for their annual winter vacation. AFP PHOTO/Jewel SAMADJEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images ORG XMIT: 459498847 ORIG FILE ID: 525721470

Dear Obama,

Seeing as you’ve been busy golfing over the past week while the people of Louisiana have lost their homes and their lives due to the worst natural disaster since Hurricane Katrina, I’ve taken the liberty of compiling these photos for you, since you couldn’t make it down to see the destruction for yourself.


The Conservative Millennial

Danielle Blount kisses her 3-month-old baby Ember as she feeds her while they wait to be evacuated by members of the Louisiana Army National Guard near Walker, La., after heavy rains inundating the region, Sunday, Aug. 14, 2016. (AP Photo/Max Becherer)

Danielle Blount kisses her 3-month-old baby Ember as she feeds her while they wait to be evacuated by members of the Louisiana Army National Guard near Walker.


A member of the St. George Fire Department assists residents as they wade through floodwaters.


Nelson Morgan, Jr. throws water-logged items out as he clears his father’s home of ruined belongings.


Kade Lewis helps gut his grandparents’ home in Walker.


A car stuck outside Nashs Express convenience store in Hammond.


Devan Horn works to bring his horse, Boomer, across a flooded field.


Susan Gross dries out pictures on the kitchen table after flood waters inundated her mother’s home.


The roof of a truck barely peaks out above rising flood waters which have already thrashed the surrounding homes.

Firefighters boat into Golden Meadows subdivision to see if anyone needs help in floodwaters in Bossier Parish, La., Thursday, March 10, 2016. (Henrietta Wildsmith/The Shreveport Times via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT

Firefighters make their way through a subdivision by boat to see if anyone needs help.


A pair of pooches who are lucky to be alive. Local Sam Breen used his skiff to help a friend retrieve them.


A lone man watches helplessly as his town is engulfed in uncontrollable flood waters.


A vehicle is submerged in floodwaters in Youngsville.


A young mother and her child are rescued from their home.


Two men secure their horses as flood waters rise in Bossier Parish.


U.S. Coast Guard members rescue Baton Rouge locals in their flat-bottom boats.

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