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Originally posted by SurefireII
reply to post by ThenThanCorrectionMan
Oh no, you got a point penalty?! What ever will you do? I guess the first amendment is not respected here?
Originally posted by ziggyproductions05
OH THE IRONY! I realy wonder how many people look at that sign daily and walk away shaking their head. Awesome thread S&F
Originally posted by Doubleagent
BP should be forced to halt all selling, drilling, and refining activities within the United States or its territories until the leak is fixed, the spill is 100% cleaned up, and business and people affected by the spill have been paid reperations totalling 250% of their losses.
Salazar Didn't Focus On Reforming Minerals Management Agency Before Spill
Since the spill, of course, the administration has taken the more drastic step of breaking up MMS, separating the parts of the agency that collect royalties and enforce environmental regulations. Some critics argue the administration still hasn't gone far enough.
Originally posted by rhynouk
haha that made me smile,it's going to be a long rod out of this mess for BP,going to cost millions if not billions.
i wonder if they would see the funny side
Originally posted by jumpingbeanz
"We're going to clean-up the oil, we're going to remediate any environmental damage and we are going to return the Gulf coast to the position it was in prior to this event. That's an absolute commitment, we will be there long after the media has gone, making good on our promises."
better hold their words aye