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The US government will respond to complaints that not enough people are tasked with rescuing creatures soaked in oil from the Gulf of Mexico spill, a top US official has pledged.
As shocking pictures of helpless birds smothered in thick, rust-colored layers of oil emerged, the environmental group the Sierra Club argued too few people are deployed on the ground to help the stricken wildlife.
"The scope of this thing is to where it's really unprecedented," Admiral Thad Allen, the official in
Originally posted by JohnPhoenix
I think the lack of cleanup response is appalling and disgusting. There should be whole armies worth of people cleaning the shoreline every day and should have been there since day 1.
but do we see that? No.. Why not?
There are reports from experts that say they are not deploying the boom correctly and using catch basins to catch the oil. Why Not? Whatwould this have hurt?
We should see on th news every day the clean beaches because there are enough people to do the job and they are staying on top of it.. But we do not see this. Why Not?
These are the questions I do not hear reporters asking BP and Obama.