Friday, June 4, 2010

TRAGEDY coming to your area soon thanks to BP...


I am so upset at what is happening on the coast with the oil. Today the CEO of BP put out a commercial on TV saying that this would not cost taxpayers a nickle. Is he willing to buy our homes that are on the coast surrounded by oil or pay the fishermen who now have no jobs etc.?

Why doesn't BP fire this CEO and also make him say publicly that he was wrong. Not to have a solution to this problem before they started drilling?

My bet would be he walks away with a golden parachute and lives on a beautiful beach that is not surrounded with oil and we are left using our parachutes to clean up the BP mess for generations to come.

Vote Vets has a wonderful commercial on TV now that you may want to take a peak at HERE

12 comments:

  1. Well said! Thanks for your heartfelt comment this morning. I'm so sad over this whole situation. Sigh.....

    Hugs!
    Kat

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  2. So VERY well said! This is horrendous!
    xoxo Pattie

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  3. It is such a horrible tradegy....and there are so many to blame for it...

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  4. I agree 1,000% this is such a tragedy! Watching the news yesterday broke my heart!

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  5. Oh, I know. This is so awful! Something just have to help. I live on the Texas Gulf Coast and we're hoping the oil doesn't come this way!
    Thanks for popping in to see me.
    Be a sweetie,
    shelia ;)

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  6. I have been glued to CNN for updates.....I am heartbroken about the beautiful gulf coast and all of the people who live and make their living from the gulf....
    Last night Dateline had a very good, informative show, I learned alot from it! Safety issues, time factors, and $$$$. Hope you saw it!

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  7. It is so upsetting, Joyce. When I visited Louisiana a few years ago I took a tour that went over the bayous and the tour guide was so proud of all the wildlife that lived there. The thought of all those wetlands clogged with oil is such a tragedy and now it is spreading beyond, to perhaps the entire east coast.

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  8. Good! This post posted. [No one else will know what I mean, but you will.]

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  9. All the footage from the area is just heartbreaking. And that is a very powerful commercial. I couldn't agree more.

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  10. Hi Joyce -- I came back to read some of your older posts. You did a great job of this post. I tried to blog something about the spill a while ago, but I'm bad at expressing my feelings on important issues like this (in a publishable way) and I don't think I got across how terrible I feel and how angry I am. I'm going back to look at the link you provided here. thanks for saying this so well.

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  11. When I heard the news for the first time, I was so sad :(

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  12. This is all so upsetting. The consequences are incredibly far-reaching; from the ecological system to the people who live and work there to the poor wildlife, who have no concept of what is happening to them...and it is all for GREED!!!

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