Sher Zieve
June 2, 2010
Obama & co oil spill disaster day 44: never let a [another] catastrophe go to waste
By Sher Zieve

First, I'd like to get the logical and obvious out of the way. If the Marxist's feigned "environmental movement" (Obama's buds by the way) hadn't used their lobby and clout to block sensible drilling depths to oil companies, we wouldn't have had this problem in the first place. Russia, China, Brazil etc are allowed to drill off the US coast I might add at any shallow depth they choose. Oil is, then, easy to get. There may be oil spills but, they can be relatively easily stopped. US companies and those operating under the auspices of the USA cannot. They must drill at formerly inconceivable depths. In the case of the BP catastrophe, humans cannot brave the depths to which the Marxists-in-our-midst have forced this company and all other oil companies to drill. So, instead of utilizing any source of intelligence at all, Obama has now decided to suspend ALL off shore drilling for oil in the USA. This column is by no means an attempt to lessen British Petroleum's responsibility. But, it does address the primary culprits to the crime. And please do not forget, BP contributed more to Obama's campaign to take over the USA than they have to any other single candidate.

Obama had to be smiling broadly at the beginning of this disaster, as he was handed another way to destroy the country and people he swore to protect. He has also refused to allow the Gulf States to do anything to help themselves. Obama as appears to be his inherent nature has chosen to allow this massive destruction. Note: If Obama's mission of seek and destroy is not now evident to those who voted for him, it probably never will be and those people are doomed to be forever lost in their own mad fantastical worlds.

Although this calamity is said to be hurting the tyrant in a dramatic political way, he is still doing just-short-of-nothing to assist those who are being drastically affected by this tragedy. And, in his continuingly consistent if not malicious attempt to use any disaster (natural or ObamaMade) for and to his own advantage and purposes, The Obama is still refusing to allow Louisiana and the other States affected by the BP oil disaster to do anything to mitigate their damages. He has still refused to talk with Governor Jindal about Louisiana's helping to alleviate its severely growing problem. Obama doesn't care, folks. We're now seeing that unless it directly threatens him, Obama never will care about anything. Instead, he says the US Government is in control; that's the now infamous totalitarian ObamaGov that has thus far done nothing to lessen the spill's impact on the Gulf States and refuses to allow anyone else to do anything. In other words, Obama has adopted the attitude of "Let 'em all suffer or die." Note: Some have even suggested that Obama's non-caring and disconnect is largely due to these States having elected Republican Governors.

With a lacking-the-ability-or-desire-to-correct-anything Obama at the helm of our now careening ship of state one that threatens to capsize at any moment this is merely another example of his narcissism. He cares about himself and his mission to destroy our country. That's it. Instead of helping anyone or anything, Obama sends a group of lawyers including the highly incompetent Eric Holder to the Gulf Coast to begin a criminal lawsuit against BP. Yeah, that'll help. Sure it will.

By the way, any lawsuit should rightly be filed against the faux environmentalists who caused this, in the first place. Don't you think?

Jindal and the BP Oil Spill: The saw is stuck on stupid:
http://www.bayoubuzz.com/local-news/27245-jindal-and-the-bp-oil-spill-the-saw-is-stuck-in-stupid

In Criticizing Cleanup, Jindal Finds His Voice: http://online.wsj.com/articl/SB10001424052748703406604575278431489406788.html?mod=WSJ_hpp_MIDDLETopStories

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