Bobby Jindal has been a tireless advocate for small government. He has been the poster child for deregulation of almost anything that had to do with businesses. But Bobby Jindal is also governor of Louisiana. When the gulf oil spill happened, it became obvious that British Petroleum wanted to do as little as possible to remedy the situation. So Gov. Jindal watched hopelessly as the small government of Louisianna tried to protect its citizens from a corporate giant. Eventually, Jindal began to ask for larger government intervention. Leonard Pitts saw the irony and offers us the following article.