Skip to comments.Giant Ocean Monster caught on the BP oil spill camera
Posted on 05/24/2010 5:25:04 PM PDT by Big Bureaucracy
We continue to hold BP responsible as the responsible party. But we are on them, watching them!
This is how Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano described the federal involvement in cleaning the oil spill disaster in the Gulf of Mexico today.
No kidding! The Obama administration is doing exactly this: watching BP from the sidelines.
In fact we are all watching. There is a camera next to the crack in the pipe and we all are watching live deadly oil gushing into the ocean.
As a teen I used to look for the Loch Ness monster on the live web-cam in Scotland. What a surprise it was when a gigantic fish swam right around the BP Gulf spill on live TV.
President Obamas adviser David Axelrod was giving interview for Fox News and the oil was gushing on live web when at the 9:39 minute of the video the deep sea monster appeared.
It could be of course that the fish is not giant, but the hole is tiny. If this is some normal fish then the crack in that pipe shouldnt that big. I mean, if you print the Health Care Law you will have enough crap to plug it. There is no way the mighty USA with The One behind the wheel has no clue how to plug this tiny crack. That leaves us with the giant fish theory...
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It looks like Axelrod to me.
no one with an IQ greater than an ice cube would care with Axilrod thinks.
look at the live camera.
BP is supposed to be injecting oil dispersant at the site for 34 day and there is a fish swimming peacefully around.
With that mustache, he looks like an older version of a certain nutjob from Austria...
“With that mustache, he looks like an older version of a certain nutjob from Austria...”
POtuS believes he can speak Austrian....
No question that David Axelrod is a monster.
The thing is hideous!
the first sea creature is only 10 miles from the deep water horizen p/f— my brother was at that location when it was filmed— crazy lookin stuff
Oarfish ? ? ?
Ditto on that!
There was crack in the pipe, and then they saw a honking big monster?
Somehow, this fits right in...
Their current respons has been - working together, trying everything feasible, working as smart as possible, have the best and brightest on the job. THis sucks, we know and we will make things right.
Seems like corporate responsibility to me, and something they should be proud of.
On the other hand the feds are tripping over themselves and trying to find a spot to place blame all the while not expiditing Louisiana's request to build csand barriers - need a permit for that don't you know...
If I ran BP I would call a press conference and make the following statement:
Good Afternoon. As you know we are faced with a serious disaster. Please understand that we take this as seriously or more so than anyone else, particularly far removed politicians from Illinois.
We have the best teams in the world working on this. Our intention is not to stop until we have the leak eliminated and the cleanup completed.
However, if the the United States government thinks it has better minds and better tools to deal with this emergency - we would be happy to defer to their wisdom.
We don't think they do. We have and will continue to take responsibility for this. If they want to end our responsibility - they can have it. Otherwise if they are not going to be part of the solution then they are part of the problem and we simply request that they quit being part of the problem and get the hell out of our and others way in dealing with this.
To everyone else out there - if you don't like the tone of this response stop using any all petroleum products before you open your yap. You are why this well was drilled and while we will shoulder the economic responsibility you share in the moral responsibility.
I'm done with armchair quarterbacks from the public and private sectors taking time and resources from our team. Lead, follow, or get the hell out of the way.
I think this says it all and won't be taking any questions as I have more important things to do.
Did someone say crack pipe?
Call Halliburton. They will know what to do.
Oar Fish. Up to 50' long.
Thank you for the info! Looks like the monster :)
It is nice when we have a base to compare the size of things we see.
I don’t really know if that is what it is; just thought of it. A mile down is pretty deep.