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    See what I mean (part time job)
    They don't want this spill fixed.

    WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama's point man charting a new future for the oil-poisoned Gulf Coast will do the job part-time. Some environmentalists said the job demands someone's full attention.

    Navy Secretary Ray Mabus, who oversees 900,000 Navy and Marine personnel, is inheriting an amorphous second job as the Obama administration's leader of long-term environmental and economic planning. His task is no less than rebuilding a region still suffering after Hurricane Katrina and beset by decades of environmental problems.
    Obama's spill recovery chief will be part-time - Yahoo! News
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    Cap and tax! BP was one of it's founding fathers interestingly enough:cool:

    Once a government pet, BP now a capitalist tool | Washington Examiner
    Obama Plans To Sneak Through Carbon Tax By Stealth
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    From what I understand the barges lack life jackets and fire extinguishers, makes little sense to try to stop one disaster by creating another..

    Maybe they should suspend all the rules, and have one giant clusterfock...

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