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June 11, 2010 - 7:40 am
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Do you ever wonder if this was deliberately done to kill the gulf of Mexico? Move people more inland....getting them out of the bayou?? Don't know why that would be, but it's a possibility. Kill all life....then start over?

"I'm disinclined to acquiesce to your request."

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June 12, 2010 - 4:11 am
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"rath" wrote: Kevin Costner Testifies Before Congress On Gulf Oil Spill (VIDEO)

Opps ... sorry wrong one.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/06/0 ... 06542.html

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Waterworld ...... worst RIP OFF ever ......

Mad max on water.

ūüôĄ

weak weak movie...

this oil mess ,to be frank...is kfd...and frightening..

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June 17, 2010 - 9:29 am
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Some days, the air outside is absolutely putrid. Especially when we get those southerly flows.

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This may sound very stupid but I'm looking at the dispersants like Corexit 9500 & Corexit 9527
http://www.businessinsider.com/who-died ... ico-2010-6
http://www.commondreams.org/he.....10/06/18-9 and wondering why not use something that congeals all the oil into big hard lumps instead? Poured near the leaks it could act like a scab and keep the environmental damage area minimalized maybe pushing away the waters like a volcanic island building itself up and after the well runs out of oil or permanantly fixed the excess hardened oil could be dugout/mined safely and hauled away for destruction or use. Of course they probably have not invented any oil only gellatin type of congealant.

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June 20, 2010 - 10:04 pm
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Stupid people discuss what media want them to think. Mastermind enyoy their profit.

Goldman Sachs knew Gulf oil leak in advance.

No joke: Goldman Sachs shorted Gulf of Mexico

It turns out that Goldman Sachs really did place shorts on TransOcean stock days before the explosions rocked the rig in the Gulf of Mexico sending stocks plunging while GS profits soared -- benefitting once again from a huge disaster, having done the same with airline stocks prior to 911 then again with the housing bubble.
by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News

On Apr. 30, the Huffington Post published a story stating:
In what is looming as another public relations predicament for Goldman Sachs, the banking giant admitted today that it made "a substantial financial bet against the Gulf of Mexico" one day before the sinking of an oil rig in that body of water.

The new revelations came to light after government investigators turned up new emails from Goldman employee Fabrice "Fabulous Fab" Tourre in which he bragged to a girlfriend that the firm was taking a "big short" position on the Gulf.

http://pesn.com/2010/05/05/9501645_No_j ... ransOcean/

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June 21, 2010 - 2:57 am
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As much as foreknowledge and profiteers & conspirators are scandalous the big problem is still the spill. Luckilly some of it is in Gulf Dead Zone, however its a real problem. How its started (conspiracy theorist field day) and who profits from it don't really matter until after it is stopped and cleaned up. However if a miracle cure pops out of nowhere and its related to somebody/thing like Goldman and Sachs so that it profits from it doubly then maybe we have premeditated crime.

Poisoning the bayous in a apparent accident like this so that the bayous are destroyed and not federally protected to make more beach fronthotel and condominium property would count as criminal.

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June 22, 2010 - 1:32 pm
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I'm going to use coles language here. JUST FOLLOW THE MONEY.

Why did we loan Brazil 2 billion dollars for offshore drilling ? Obama will no longer allow us to drill in deep water . He considers deep water to be 500 feet. The well that we are funding in Brazil is going to be 14,225 feet.

Look up Petrobras. It is the same company George Soros dumped billions into.2 Days later Obama gave Brazil 2 billion in guaranteed loans. Why ? well while Obama just stopped all off shore drilling in the USA. The platforms will now be used by Brazil. Petrobras makes 10 billion in revenue and yet they need a 2 billion dollar loan from the USA ?

follow the money.

For all the complaining we heard about Bush / Cheney , and Haliburton . Why is their no one asking about Obama , and George Soros' connection to Petrobras?

these peolpe are going to make a fortune off of this disaster. While Obama makes sure the proper people get paid, and things fall into place the way he wants it.

http://www.glennbeck.com/content/articl ... 198/42166/

The signs point to all of Obamas takeover legislation. Crap + Tax , Green Energy , Envioronment legislation. It's all a game to these crooks. We will pay dearly for this mistake of a fraud they call President.

Need more of a connection to bring this home ? well here you go:

At the head of Obama's transition team was John Podesta. He's also the founder of Center for American Progress, a former Clinton administration official and the guy who not only laid out the plan for how the Obama team would be put together, he staffed the senior levels of the White House, Cabinet members and the top layer at government agencies.

With that kind of influence ‚ÄĒ and we'll show you more evidence of that influence coming up ‚ÄĒ it's important to look at what Soros is investing in. Could there possibly be any, what do they call them, conflicts of interest?

funny thing is Tony Podesta works for BP ? Yup the brother of John Podesta, one of Obamas lead guys. has a Brother who works for BP, so why didn't Obama talk to the CEO of BP ? Why should he , he has two brothers that are connected in this situation, there was never a need for Obama to talk to anyone. The two Podestas are running the whole show.

boy sure is a lot of coincidences here huh? ūüôĄ

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June 22, 2010 - 2:16 pm
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Bloodstone
It doesn't matter who is president anymore, our two major parties are so corrupted by the military industrial complex and sleazier foreign national interests (some are good some are sleazy) that actually making the world a better place in public service is the furthest thing from their minds. After all we spend more on the military now than we did at the height of the cold war and the Soviet threat, and we bail out big banks and failing auto companies, when what should have been done is a balanced budget amendment, rein in tax evaders, cut military spending and funded government infrastructure & social projects that would have given the resultant people the money to pay off their debts to the banks and stimulated the economy. But instead our corrupted parties helped the wrong folks as usual.

We as a country have not invested enough in alternative energy sources and energy storage devices because the big companies keep crying about job loss and cost when in fact they just need to switch their production over to the new systems. So what happens the big companies don't switch over and instead they suckerr the tax payer out of more money for their prehistoric follies. this is why the oil companies are fighting the ban on off shore drilling.

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June 22, 2010 - 2:24 pm
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the way I look at it Aqua the only thing the Government should be funding is Military,Border security, and infrastructure.

all the other welfare, ss , healthcare, none of it is their responsibility.

the only purpose our government has are the only things they are not doing.

The reason the oil companies are arguing about the moratorium is the fact that once these wells go away they are not coming back, so where does that leave us and oil / none, we will have none. And will have no way of getting any. we will rely soley on foreign oil. That's a great plan in this day and age ... ūüôĄ

Again Aqua follow the money , and look at what the other hand is doing here. This is the worst takeover of this country I have ever seen. This fraud in chief needs to go now !!!!!!!

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As long as the next one is a Republican or Democrat s/he'll be just as bad. as the previous ones. The only way to undue the damage is to shake up the system by refreshing the candidates so even the partys nominate new ones instead of running incumbants, and keep adding and getting rid of parties as the older ones get too corrupt making sure the party bureaucracy leaders don't hold influence long enough for corruption to set in. The longer people hold office from local politics up the higher the chance the military industrial complex and the sleazier foreign interests will run things. This is probably why Jefferson thought Civil Wars were necessary, luckilly since the scandalous days of Andrew Jackson we have can vote people out of office without bloodshed today. The hitch has been getting people to care enough about doing things to get out and vote these people and parties out of office. Once thats done things can change.

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