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Originally posted by sunryse
"now Halliburton? evidence seems to point that they are the ones to blame, concidering they were on site, 20 hours before the explosion doing 'something' "
Yes, they are clearly to blame. They were there... doing *something*... must have been something nefarious!
Do we have a sarcasm smiley? I need one.
Originally posted by Æsop
I find it disheartening that most of you can't see past all this fluff. You have fallen once again for the typical political propaganda and jargon.
The reason this is being played out in this political fashion has more to do with something along these lines.
- Before the accident on April 20, BP was Britain's biggest company, with a stock market value of £122 billion. Since then, £49 billion has been wiped off its value.
On Wednesday, BP's share price fell a further 17.35p to 391.55p – representing a 40 per cent drop on the 655p price of a share two months ago.
- I dont have the exact % feel free to find it somewhere but there is alot of british pention money tied up in that. Thus why your seeing all the political fallout on both sides.
Originally posted by DAVID64
reply to post by dampnickers
By your reasoning, if you are driving a car owned by me and you have an accident, I am responsible for the cost of repairs and damages.
Originally posted by 4nsicphd
What every one is ignoring is that oil rigs likr the DH are registered as ships and this one was registered in the Marshall Islands. It is responsible and we should nuke them. Wait! Wait! We already did! 67 times, in fact. Bikini and Enewetak atolls are part of the Marshalls. We dropped the equivalent to 7,000 Hiroshima bombs on the Marshals. www.nuclearclaimstribunal.com... Maybe the spill is revenge by the Marshal Islanders.