Wednesday, June 2, 2010

BP TransOcean and Halliburton Owe the Planet an Apology

It's not just BP that isn't getting the job done in the Gulf of Mexico..  What about Transocean  and our old friend, Halliburton.? Seems Transocean, especially, is partly responsible. Why is nobody slapping their hands?  Seems BP is taking the spear for all of them.

Perhaps it doesn't matter anymore who is at fault.  This disaster has moved beyond the blame game.  This morning, it seems that President Obama, on day 43 of the spill  is finally taking over and putting the power of the Justice Department behind his words. About time. 

Today the spill has reached the banks of the Mississippi and is only a few miles from the beaches of Florida. Once it hits Florida, the public outcry will be huge.  We are not a patient people. This is the largest oil spill ever and things will never be the same for the nation or for the responsible parties.  Even if we bankrupt BP, Transocean and Halliburton with fines and reparations it won't matter. It is too late. There are some things money can't buy. We've gone over the edge. 

It's not nice to fool with Mother Nature

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