Skip to comments.Alabama Sen. Sessions Drops the Boom: BP Not Too Big to Fail (w/Video)
Posted on 05/03/2010 3:48:37 PM PDT by Superstu321
The Obama administration has made it clear BP would be liable for the clean up. But the administration has one of the most unlikeliest of allies. Today, Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., a staunch conservative let it be known that BP should be held responsible for the damage that has been caused by the oil spill. Sessions, flanked by the other Senator from Alabama, Richard Shelby, made it clear that BP was not to big to fail.
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Add Zero and the EPA to that list since they didn’t do squat about the problem for days. How about laying the buck on Zero’s Socialist desk?
Yeah, government isn’t too big to fail either.
It’s really clear what gigantic government got us, exactly nothing.
Try 9 days.
Zero was partying and telling jokes to a bunch of syncophant msm types.
Where did they think the oil was going?
Due process be damned
Sounds like we’re in for a RAT pissing contest. Since they were spawned in the sewer, should be easy for the slimes.
Doesn’t BP stand for British Petroleum? Why would the U.S. be bailing them out?
OH yeah the Rats are always about fixing blame...NOT FIXING THE PROBLEM.
I suspect something more to this...or Sessions is trying to head off something he fears Obama admin might be considering. Sen. Sessions is a SOLID conservative.
If this were an act of terrorism, eith eco or islamo, I expect that we will never hear a word about it now. BP is now the target and anything that could defer blame is unwanted.
just rename it AMOCO or Standard Oil