posted on Nov, 2 2010 @ 03:15 PM
Well, it's a good thing that while we are still too scared (and with damned good reason) to even consider the idea of eating fish, regardless of
what's physically on their insides, that BP has returned to making profits.
How much more will they make with this tragedy brewing? I don't think they realize how much they should HAVE to sacrifice in any disaster like this
caused by their lack of attention... it's sickening. They should be halted from their operations, have a thorough review of all operations, make sure
that everybody along the coast has health care taken care of with legitimate doctors and clinics, get more scientists to really figure out what true
damage they've caused with all their chemicals, and then should have to pay for any recovery projects.
And if they don't have the money to keep afloat, too bad, their executives should pay out of their pockets to make ends meet in my opinion. You own a
company that screws over our country, pay for it. And I want a trail of all spending too, they shouldn't be able to squirm away like our government
does magically losing 90% of their recovery funds for when they royally screwed up another whole country as well.
WAIT!!! Even better... Let's get a boost to our other corrupt product providers. Have Monsanto artificially develop seeds for sealife and eggs for
fish that can survive and thrive on the oil and chemicals, it will save our government, BP, the FDA and Monsanto in one foul swoop while wiping the
needs of our country under the mat. Perfect!!! It's time to revamp that silly, old-fashioned style of fishing and farming that's worked for hundreds
of thousands of years, it's time to introduce oil directly to the products, for the sake of our oil companies that keep our country floating, of