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  • juryman07 juryman07 May 30, 2010 4:28 AM Flag

    BP and its EXECs must be punished to change

    their pattern of placing greed above everyone else on the planet.

    Obama is not the man for this!

    Dempcrats should attack him for coddling BP! And that is what he is doing! If Democrats do not attack Obama, they ALL must be voted out of office.

    VOTE GREEN, SOCIALIST WORKERS. NADER... anything but for Dems or Repubs. THEY DID THIS TO THE PLANET AS MUCH AS BP.

    THEY ENABLED BP TO DO IT!

    Wake up America.

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    • What should be done? I got it may them drive american cars?
      Punish? They are punished with millions of dollars isn't that enough?
      You didn't get the memo? What chance did it have?
      Katrina, BP oil spill..You talk slow and I guess that means you are dumb? The State with guns? Politicans and BP executives and their families must be laughing on their estates at the slow talking dumb people?

      Word is out Louisiana fishermen are jerks. Guess what fish heads it is alleged BP paid the politicans not to safeguard against this kind of accident. Now we hear that the politicans put in a cap of $75,000,000.00 max liability? Louisiana must be the arm pit of the USA?

      Here is where the term ‘TOP KILL’ starts:
      USA went into a sovereign nation. Removed their leader and hung him. Killed his children. Killed a few of his friends. Now they want his daughter. Took his money!

      The 1989 invasion of Panama by the United States removed Noriega from power; he was captured, detained as a prisoner of war,

      Why can't it be done with politicans, CEOs, CFOs, executives and their families?

 
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