Two days after his best attempt to inject a bit of humor into Hurricane Isaac, Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is heading to Lafitte today to campaign survey storm damage alongside Gov. Bobby Jindal.

mitt_bobbyCNN reports that Jindal invited Romney as part of the governor’s already planned tour of the parts of the state hardest hit by Hurricane Isaac, including Lafitte, the small coastal fishing town where Romney is making an appearance. CNN also recaps Romney’s campaign speech in Indianapolis Wednesday, when he told his audience how much he appreciated “this invitation to join you on dry land this afternoon.”

The visit from camp Romney gives his campaign a storm-ridden photo op three days before President Barack Obama is scheduled to make his own trip to the Bayou State.

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