I don't come here very often so maybe this has been beaten to death. I heard a man on the radio yesterday who said he didn't have a political axe to grind. He is a supposed expert in handling oil spill clean up. One thing he brought up was the use of super tankers to suck up these known large pools of oil before they come too close to the shore. He also mentioned that right now the US government is following a play book that is not designed for a spill of this magnitude. If this continues, he says, this will be worse than anything we can imagine. He did say that if Obama wants to get this under control and not continue to look incompetent, he should immediately sign an executive order waiving all impact studies and authorizing anything that might work. But he did say that other counties do us the super tankers to get spills in order and the US should get these going right away. Thoughts.