Meanwhile, Obama is not having/allowing the federal government do anything of any consequence to protect the state.
KAYE (on camera): And it's been over a month?
JINDAL: It's been over a month.
KAYE: Since that meeting with the President?
JINDAL: It's been -- it's been -- tomorrow will be a month since we met with the President. It's been over a month since we asked for permission to do this plan.
KAYE (voice-over): Governor Jindal says he has given Washington three different plans to stop the oil. No action yet.
(on camera): How frustrating is that for you?
JINDAL: Well, what is -- and what's incredibly frustrating is that, for us, this is a fight to protect our way of life. All we're saying to the federal government is, lead or get out of the way; either help us, or don't -- at least don't stop us."