The President today voiced concerns that any Louisiana attempts to stop the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico may lead to "racial profiling" of petroleum based products. "I read up on the efforts" he said "and the law's language is problematic, which is much worse than just being a problem, as any English teacher will tell you."
The President also said "I don't want to get into a situation where a gasoline pump is hassled by the police. Gasoline is looked upon with disfavor as it is, what with it being so expensive."
In a speech before the press, where the president used several big words, Obama said he was troubled by Louisiana's efforts to contain the spill at the risk of disregarding the civil rights involved.
President Calderon of Mexico, a large oil producing nation, also said he was uncomfortable with the laws and added "We need legislation we all can feel comfortable with. Especially me." He then added that he "didn't look like that news guy from Telemundo."
Hugo Chavez, another head of an oil producing nation, denounced the laws on his national television station which he then closed.
The President later on said a sentence where he used the word "eschew" which is a word that mostly smart people use.