For those who care: President Obama has no plans to stop golfing during the Gulf Coast oil spill.
"I don't think that there's a person in this country that doesn't think that their president ought to have a little time to clear his mind," spokesman Bill Burton said today.
Well, maybe not everybody.
After Obama's golf game on Saturday -- the 39th of his presidency -- Republican Party chairman Michael Steele compared it to BP chairman Tony Hayward's infamous yachting excursion, saying "it is equally incredible that President Obama finds himself on yet another golf course as oil continues to spew into the Gulf."
Just for good measure, Steele threw in Obama's attendance Friday night at a Washington Nationals' baseball game, and a White House event this month honoring Gershwin Prize-winning musician (and former Beatle) Paul McCartney.
"Until this problem is fixed, no more golf outings, no more baseball games, no more Beatle concerts, Mr. President," Steele said. "The stakes are too high for President Obama's lackadaisical approach to both his responsibilities and the challenges we face."
According to CBS News correspondent (and White House record keeper) Mark Knoller, Obama has golfed seven times since the April 20 rig explosion that led to the oil spill.
The hypocrisy of the Bush-hating Left shows itself yet again: torch Bush for playing golf, utter silence on Barry getting his Tiger Woods on during yet another crisis.