Skip to comments.While Slowing BP Oil Spill, Administration Slowed Flow Of Information Too, Claims Coast Guard
Posted on 03/28/2011 9:25:01 AM PDT by Nachum
WASHINGTON -- The Obama administration failed to set up an "effective" communications system during last year's BP oil spill and threatened its own credibility by "severely restricting" the release of "timely, accurate information," according to a newly released report commissioned by the U.S. Coast Guard. Quietly posted on the Coast Guard's website two weeks ago, the report offers the first major assessment of the federal government's communications efforts during the worst oil spill in U.S. history. "Several layers of review and approval by the White House and (Department of Homeland Security)
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Completely understandable, when you have as much to hide as they did.
For some reason I’m not surprised
We’re pasty that....DRILL BABY DRILL!!!!
Slow Oil Ping
There's that word again.
Where did the $20 billion BP fund go?
They did not make the people on the coast feel at all like they were in control of the situation by hiding the facts and issues we were facing. We still don’t know much.
Why is there a new oil slick, for example.
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