posted on Jul, 1 2010 @ 11:05 AM
First of all most of the clean-up workers are locals, BP employees or otherwise. Second, word is plenty of hotels and motels are empty. So this
doesn't make any sense on any level.
There are enough REAL issues to focus on and discuss surrounding the BP disaster without attempting to forward this agenda, whatever it may be, here.
If you want to bring up the issue of the trailers, do it. But to attempt to tie it to the BP situation is an attention-getting ploy and a stretch that
goes farther to discredit than illuminate.
I know this is an arguable "reputable source" and no offense to the OP for reporting this because it's interesting to question why ANYone would
bring this up, but I'm going to have to call BS on and question this one.
There simply isn't a need for this kind of housing from all reports we've seen. Again, this is opportunistic reporting that probably greatly
exaggerated and as the report even stated has been going on since Katrina.
[edit on 1-7-2010 by ~Lucidity]