Round Two

Jindal 'Frustrated' With Feds Over Spill

It appears Bobby Jindal has finally found his tongue: The Louisiana governor complained about the federal government’s response to BP's Gulf Coast oil spill on Monday, saying "We've been frustrated with the disjointed effort to date that has too often meant too little, too late for the oil hitting our coast.” Jindal vowed to go ahead and construct sand booms to protect wetlands with or without the support of the Army Corps of Engineers. BP, meanwhile, continues its bumbling effort to stem the leak: It has delayed the implementation of its latest plan, the so-called top kill, until Wednesday; and the company continues to use a toxic dispersant to break up oil in the Gulf despite an order from the EPA that it use a less-dangerous chemical.