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It may be a felony .
Besides, to paraphrase Barbara Bush, why should we trouble our beautiful minds with images of dead whales, dolphins and birds?
But the Brits did have the last laugh after all. Their money bought off our rights. Happy Independence Day, Obama’s Banana Republicans!
Did I say BP bought off our rights? Nope. They just yanked them, and we foot the bill for the destruction anyway
At the same time, BP was reaping sizable tax benefits from leasing the rig. According to a letter sent in June to the Senate Finance Committee, the company used a tax break for the oil industry to write off 70 percent of the rent for Deepwater Horizon — a deduction of more than $225,000 a day since the lease began.
So, we’re paying THEM a quarter million a day and to make up the difference, Obama sets up the catfood commission so that the greedy geezers replenish the treasury.
If you thought BP put all UK to sleep with its “Yanks want our pensioners poor” propaganda, you are wrong.
I noted this Tate Gallery protest in the LA paper today: tar and feathers were appropriately brought to the exhibit BP proudly sponsors
and then I searched further and found this
Love the group’s name: The Good Crude Britannia. I found the FB site for them if you are interested
The one good news I take from today’s paper is that our protest was seen. Not everywhere where we held hands. In fact, in only one state: Florida
But the first part of this entry will look like my last one
and from Palm Beach
Panama City with masks
and a little aerial shot on the left in Charlote Sun along with worries of tropical storm Alex
and maybe not? (still calling it a spill?)
Elsewhere, there’s a war
Make that “twin wars” (did they mean to make us think of the twin towers?)
and non-oil-kill woes too
and in Long Island
Sorry to be so down. It did start well though.
Go to the beach!
yes, I know, this was started in Florida in February this year to stop offshore drilling.
And we know how Obama answered on March 31.
And we know the consequence on April 20 and ongoing.
If nothing we do matters, all it matters is what we do.
We cannot wallow in our powerlessness – it’s bad for the soul.
I’ll be in Conney Island today. I’ll have some photos.
Click the image at this post for locations close to you and come.
If your beach is not there, start your own chain with your friends or family.
Who knows? It may be your last chance to take a dip in the ocean anyway…
In oil soaked Louisiana, they cheer
so, it now becomes a legal face-off