Friday, April 23, 2010

Environmental "Concerns" over Oil Rig Blast

I am surprised it took this long for such a story to come out in the MSM.
The timing of the blast was suspicious to say the least. After decades of safe extraction, just after Obama says "let's drill (with hidden conditions)" we have a mysterious blast on a rig in the gulf.
According to the My Way story "At the worst-case figure of 336,000 gallons a day, it would take more than a month for the amount of crude oil spilled to equal the 11 million gallons spilled from the Exxon Valdez in Alaska's Prince William Sound."

Another story seems to be developing on the side as "Family members of two missing workers filed separate lawsuits Thursday accusing Transocean and BP of negligence. Both companies declined to comment about legal action against them after the first suit was filed."
They don't have violations on record and the cause of the blast is unknown and these people are already suing?

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