Skip to comments.16 Burning Questions About The Oil Spill That We Deserve To Have Answered
Posted on 06/16/2010 9:09:56 AM PDT by WOBBLY BOB
The Gulf of Mexico oil spill is a national nightmare that seems to have no ending. Every day new details come out that are even more shocking than what we learned the day before. The truth is that life will never be the same in the Gulf of Mexico or for those who live along the Gulf coast.
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many of the 16 questions look like X-files conspiracy stuff
What are those 17,000 National Guard troops actually doing?
Well that's one.
Not surprising, Cass Sunstien stated the spreding of conspiracy theories among political enemies to make them look like fools and destroy their credibility.
Great. The entire gulf will be declared a toxic spill. When does the evacuation begin?
|many of the 16 questions look like X-files conspiracy stuff
My sentiments exactly. The more I see of "Business Insider," the more I think it's the World Nut Daily of business publications.
Same old alarmist crap.
Question #8, for example, is “Why is BP being allowed to use private security contractors to keep the American people away from the oil cleanup sites?”
Look at their questions before, where Business Insider was that the spill is incredibly toxic to fish (#5), smells strong that it burns your nostrils (#6), bad sign that birds from the Gulf region are flocking north by the thousands (#7).
Assuming those “questions” have truth in the asking, isn’t the answer to #8 obvious!
How come they didn’t ask when BP quit beating their wife?
because Sharia law says you can?
So, when will all those whose jobs have been destroyed by the spill default on their mortgages? That could be the event that triggers the collapse of our economy.
And if, God forbid, a hurricane picks up that oil and Corexit 9500 and dumps it all over our southern farmland that could be the beginning of famine and diaspora.
The fact that the FAA has shut down the airspace above the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, the report of the ocean floor subsiding and new vents are opening up and that BP reports the flow is increasing all paint a very grim future.
No real questions were asked, like why did the BOPs not work, (my burning question). Instead, the article simply runs in circles asking about the animals and coastline.
I would like to know when the Jones act will be waived and more skimmers brought in, I would like to know what criteria must be met to remove the moritorium on drilling in the offshore areas.
I would like to know when ANWR will be opened for drilling.
There are lots of questions, but this publication is a fraud.