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What did Halliburton do to the Deepwater Horizon drill hole,
April 19, 2010?

Part 2

By: Devvy
July 6, 2010

June 7, 2010. "The rig's on fire! I told you this was gonna happen!"

"Other rig workers have also claimed that they were pressured by BP and their supervisors to cut corners. Transocean roustabout Truitt Crawford told the Coast Guard that he overheard senior management saying that BP was "taking shortcuts" by replacing drilling mud in the well with saltwater, which would have provided less weight to contain the well's surging pressure. Transocean's Williams told  60 Minutes that a supervisor had dismissed evidence that the well's blowout preventer had been damaged. And workers with Halliburton, the well's cementing contractor, had complained that BP's use of cement "was against our best practices" and told the oil company that it would likely have "a SEVERE gas flow problem" unless the well's casings were centered more carefully.

"Buzbee told Mother Jones that the sailor's version of Harrell's phone conversation following the explosion was corroborated by a statement from a second crew member who says he also overheard the call. Both statements were taken in-person by Buzbee's investigator and safety consultant, who has interviewed some 60 people involved in the disaster, and signed by the witnesses, he said. Buzbee declined to make the full statements available to Mother Jones because, he said, "it is work product, meaning that it is something that I do not have to produce or disclose in litigation but that can be used at the right time in the litigation." He added that he intends to take a deposition from the crew members at a later time.

"Buzbee's case against the operators of the Deepwater Horizon is hardly his first foray into suing major oil companies. After a BP refinery in Texas City exploded in 2005, killing 15 workers and injuring dozens more, he won $100 million in punitive damages from the company. In the wake of the 2002 shipwreck of the Prestige oil tanker, which devastated the coast of Galicia, he won a $70 million settlement from Spain's government on behalf of the country's Basque region. And he's also nabbed $15 million from Transocean and $6.2 million from Halliburton for injured offshore oil workers."

It is going to take some time to determine the truth and culpability of Halliburton since their personnel worked on that well head less than one day before the explosion. The real question is how much cover up will be involved because make no mistake: Halliburton is a VERY powerful company that owns many in Congress who make the back room deals. If I were a gulf state governor, I would look into convening a grand jury in their state.

One thing I do believe without any hesitation: the usurper in the White House is guilty of criminal negligence. I would say the same thing if Bush were still in office. Despite offers of immediate help from the Dutch government and other countries, Obama/Soetoro played golf, held more parties at the people's house and displayed his usual detachment from the people of this country. No, I do not think it was simply because he didn't know the extent of the disaster. His scripted speech, June 15, 2010, outraged and angered millions of Americans. It wasn't about the people affected in the gulf states literally drowning in legal blockades and losing everything. Obama/Soetoro's political speech was to push the bogus "global warming" cap and trade hoax wrapped up in a money making scheme for his wall street buddies via a "new energy" policy. How vile is the Manchurian puppet in the White House? Beyond words. A couple of days after his "I feel your pain speech", the usurper is back on the golf course.

I don't believe the craven huckster in the White House cares for one split second about the tragedy which has unfolded, our fellow Americans suffering both financially and now from health problems (just like what happened after 9/11 with first responders who were told the air was safe only to begin dying of cancer, respiratory and other severe health problems) and of course, the environment. This crisis shouldn't go to waste for the agenda of his handlers: redistribution of wealth via this massive fraud called cap and trade, carbon credits and the rest of the scam the evil doers want desperately to shove down our throats. The longer Obama/Soetoro waited to act, the worse it got. Better for selling his "new" energy policy.

Speaking of caring. Big names like Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity and other Republicans wail and lament on the boob tube and over their microphones about Obama/Soeotro's response to this disaster. Know what? Why aren't these multi, multi millionaires down in the gulf area with their checkbooks? It would mean nothing for Glenn Beck, Limbaugh, Hannity or the silly, constitutionally challenged, Bill O'Reilly, to write a $5 million dollar check to the various relief efforts. They could visit LA, MS, AL and Florida. Broadcast live and present who ever is in charge a $1 million dollar check for each state to be used to help our fellow Americans in desperate financial need. Those "men" make tens of millions of dollars a year. If I had their financial resources, I would have been down there a long time ago to see where I could help with my checkbook. Darn straight I would. But, this monstrous disaster is good political currency for their ratings. Hammer on Obama instead of taking action.

The same applies to the Hollywierd crowd. With the exception of a few known names doing a little here and there, where is Susan Sarandon, Brad Pitt, Sean Penn and Oprah with her billions? Why not some of the hundreds of millions Oprah has made from her trashy TV show? Ms. Winfrey could easily write a $5 million dollar to check to several relief organizations in the aforementioned states, both for people and the environment. Five million is chump change to Winfrey.

When are the telethons going to start to raise money for our fellow Americans and environmental groups struggling 24/7 to save turtles, whales and the eco systems? WHERE? I can tell you. Their big hero, Obama/Soetoro, has made such a mess of this disaster, they're all keeping a low profile. What hypocrites. This isn't about the left, right, middle, Republican, Democrat or any other silly game. This is an American disaster. This is about a tragedy that will take at least a decade to clean up and hopefully restore most of the area. It is not an exaggeration to say the Gulf "spill" is a catastrophic event of untold misery and destruction both for humans and wildlife.

The stupidity being displayed by Obama/Soetoro's administration is almost beyond words:

June 30, 2010. Banned Trailers Return for Latest Gulf Disaster

"In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, they became a symbol of the government's inept response to that disaster: the 120,000 or so trailers provided by the Federal Emergency Management Agency to people who had lost their homes. The trailers were discovered to have such high levels of formaldehyde that the government banned them from ever being used for long-term housing again.

"Some of the trailers, though, are getting a second life amid the latest disaster here — as living quarters for workers involved with the cleanup of the oil spill. They have been showing up in mobile-home parks, open fields and local boatyards as thousands of cleanup workers have scrambled to find housing.

"Ron Mason, owner of a disaster contracting firm, Alpha 1, said that in the past two weeks he had sold more than 20 of the trailers to cleanup workers and the companies that employ them in Venice and Grand Isle, La. Even though federal regulators have said the trailers are not to be used for housing because of formaldehyde's health risks, Mr. Mason said some of these workers had bought them so they could be together with their wives and children after work.

“These are perfectly good trailers,” Mr. Mason said, adding that he has leased land in and around Venice for 40 more trailers that are being delivered from Texas in the coming weeks. “Look, you know that new car smell? Well, that's formaldehyde, too. The stuff is in everything. It's not a big deal.”

Of course, it's no big deal. That's why the government banned them from being used by humans for living quarters! I hope Mr. Mason has a good attorney. Why weren't those trailers destroyed a long time ago? More waste paid for by the sweat of your labor. FEMA is an evil operation that must be abolished. There is ZERO constitutional authority to fund most their operations; stolen from we the people. There is a whole history behind FEMA. It is a dangerous entity for freedom and liberty.

Besides the human suffering and the environment, there is big financial trouble:

Sultans of Swap: BP Potentially More Devastating than Lehman!

"As horrific as the gulf environmental catastrophe is, an even more intractable and cataclysmic disaster may be looming. The yet unknowable costs associated with clean-up, litigation and compensation damages due to arguably the world's worst environmental tragedy, may be in the process of triggering a credit event by British Petroleum (BP) that will be equally devastating to global over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives. The potential contagion may eventually show that Lehman Bros. and Bear Stearns were simply early warning signals of the devastation lurking and continuing to grow unchecked in the $615T (Trillion dollar) OTC Derivatives market.

"What is yet unknowable is what the reality is of BP’s off-balance sheet obligations and leverage positions. How many Special Purpose Entities (SPEs) is it operating? Remember, during the Enron debacle Andrew Fastow, the Enron CFO, asserted in testimony nearly 10 years ago that GE had 2500 such entities already in existence. BP has even more physical assets than Enron and GE. Furthermore, no one knows the true size of BP’s OTC derivative contracts and Interest Rate Swaps and Currency Swaps. Only the major international banks have visibility to what the collateral obligations associated with these instruments are, their credit trigger events and who the counter parties are. They are obviously not talking, but as I will explain lain, they are aggressively repositioning trillions of dollars in global currency, swap, derivative, and equity portfolios, options, debt and equity portfolios." Rest at link

Boycott BP?

If they go under, no one will get paid, the clean up will end up costing taxpayers and pension funds here in America (and Great Britain) will likely suffer huge losses or simply go bankrupt:

June 23, 2010. How BP Screwed Over 42 State Retirement Funds, Including Alabama And Florida

"Among the millions of investors losing out as BP stock tumbles are 42 state pension funds. For states like Alabama and Florida this means getting screwed over twice by BP. Retirement Systems of Alabama is selling off 6.25 million shares today as the stock hits a 13-year low, according to Bloomberg. The California Public Employees' Retirement System lost $284.6 million in value as the largest oil spill in U.S. history erased more than $1.4 billion from BP PLC shares held by 42 state retirement accounts, data compiled by Bloomberg show.

"The declines come as public pension funds are struggling to recover from investment losses that averaged 21 percent last year, according to Wilshire Associates of Los Angeles. U.S. public pension systems held more than 300 million shares of London-based BP, according to Bloomberg data through May 1. If the oil spill hasn't already set off a double-dip recession, this aspect contributes nicely to America's fast-approaching pension crisis."

A tough decision: boycott or buy their gas to keep them from going under. BP has very deep pockets, but I don't know if they have a few trillion in reserves for all the lawsuits, clean up and everything else associated with this monstrous disaster.

I would also like to say that not all areas of the gulf are affected, yet. Some may never be as there are many factors to consider: wind, hurricanes and the clean up efforts. People are very afraid to travel to the entire gulf area now. A terrible situation for everyone.

There is one video many people have watched who claim it proves the platform and pipeline was blown up on purpose. I've watched the video and it is spooky. However, I am not an expert in any way regarding night photography. I've also read a couple of posts by petroleum engineers who work in the gulf regarding gases exploding and shooting into the air causing what look like funnels and blue light. You can be the judge.

In no way am I excusing BP, Halliburton or Transocean in any way. But, let me say that right now there are a massive number of oil rig operations in the Gulf; see this map. I feel confident in saying that the workers on those rigs are very concerned about safety and the environment. It's their livelihood and they know it can be very dangerous. The eleven men killed on Deepwater is a new reminder. Deepwater Horizon isn't the first rig to sink and spill oil. There is finger pointing all around about regulations, lack of oversight, waivers for safety rules, environmental concerns and non uniformity within the industry. We can only hope that because of this catastrophe, every single oil company from the smallest to the largest like BP, all of them, get together and change the way their companies operate. I mean rules set in stone that make drilling and operating those rigs as safe as humanly possible. If you are a stockholder in an oil company, make your voice heard.

There is great danger with those rigs as my guest mentioned above, Ralph Whitley, explained regarding methane gas. I do urge you to listen to my radio show from June 29, 2010; click here. Perhaps the lawsuits will finally force the oil companies operating, not just in the Gulf of Mexico, but in other seas around the world, to evaluate, assess and take every measure possible to see this never, ever happens again. Not to mention the incredible ineptness at plugging that drill hole within a few days after the explosion. From all my research, it appears everything BP has done has only made the situation worse, not better. I keep asking myself: Why wouldn't BP, after their failures, bring in a company like Backflow Prevention and let them cap the spill? Why has BP just kept on with the same failed experiments?

Allegedly, those two relief wells should be ready next month, but from what I've read by experts in the field, it will not work as desired.


This is not good news as millions of barrels of oil have already spewed and more every day. We can only pray those relief wells do stop the gushing.

We can all hope that any criminal negligence by Halliburton and BP is met with maximum justice -- and that goes for the usurper in the White House because something stinks to high heaven about the way this whole mess was handled. I know what a false flag operation is, but as I said earlier, was this a real accident caused by corporate greed or sabotage? There are some awfully big coincidences that don't pass the smell test for me.

The work done by Halliburton was April 19th. That date seems to have a nasty way of being one for "events" like Waco and OKC. The explosion was April 20th, birthday of fiend, Adolph Hitler and date of the Columbine school shooting. There is also what could only be called very lucky timing of stock sales: Goldman Sachs and others; BP Chief Executive, Tony Hayward sold £1.4 million of his shares about one month before this catastrophic disaster. Many speculate there was inside information that it was time to dump BP's stock. Until those responsible for making the sell decision are put under oath in front of a grand jury, we don't know if that is true. We can speculate, but that doesn't provide evidence to put someone in prison. As for the inept, bumbling, Tony Hayward, it very well could be that he planned (wtih a paper trail) to pay off his son's house well before any of this happened. The stockholders of BP might wish to find out through some legal action.

Do you remember when the DOW dropped almost 1,000 points on May 6, 2010? I watched it happen on the boob tube and it scared the hell out of a lot of people. Quick excuses were a "fat finger" pushing the wrong key to the dog ate my homework. My theory is the money cabal fired a shot right across the bow: Mess with us and see what happens. Think those computers can't be manipulated? Kid's play. Just look at the advanced technology stealing our elections for decades. Coincidentally, an important vote was scheduled right around May 4, 2010 on Ron Paul's 'Audit the Fed' bill. (I believe it took place a few days after the DOW scare). Naturally, Treasury Secretary Geithner is against it. Isn't it another funny coincidence that Giethner's father worked with Obama/Soetoro's mother at the Ford Foundation?

Back in April 2010, some noise was made about Obama/Soetoro's connections with Goldman Sachs, visits to the White House and an ongoing investigation. April 21, 2010. "While Goldman Sachs' lawyers negotiated with the Securities and Exchange Commission over potentially explosive civil fraud charges, Goldman's chief executive visited the White House at least four times. White House logs show that Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein traveled to Washington for at least two events with President Barack Obama, whose 2008 presidential campaign received $994,795 in donations from Goldman's employees and their relatives. He also met twice with Obama's top economic adviser, Larry Summers."

Notice these are civil charges, not criminal. It pays to have the right connections and deep pockets.

Go from April 21, 2010 to May 3, 2010, three days before the big DOW drop: "Lloyd Blankfein, chairman and CEO of The Goldman Sachs Group, testifies before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Investigations Subcommittee on Capitol Hill."

For those who don't know, Goldman Sachs is one of the biggest financial players in the world. Blankfein's suit probably cost five grand. I wouldn't be surprised if his socks cost a hundred dollars. Americans need to understand there is this big, incestous cabal of people wealthy beyond imagination. They are the shadow government and Blankfein is a top dog. These are people so powerful, they literally call the financial shots around the world. I can tell you that someone of Blankfein's "status" no doubt highly resented being dressed down in front the world on TV. Seriously, the world saw financial royalty humiliated and embarassed by crooks - ah, that would be members of Congress who take their bribes "legally." I'll bet his rage behind closed doors has been considerable.

Then, we have this:

Chairman of Goldman Sachs International Was - Until Last Year - Also Chairman of BP

"Peter Sutherland is chairman of BP plc (1997 - current). He is also chairman of Goldman Sachs International (1995 - current). He was appointed chairman of the London School of Economics in 2008.... Before these appointments, he was the founding director-general of the World Trade Organisation. He had previously served as director general of GATT since July 1993 [and was] chairman of the Board of Governors of the European Institute of Public Administration (Maastricht) 1991-1996.

"Sutherland resigned as BP's chairman in 2009, but apparently still serves in various key capacities. Sutherland is managing director - as well as chairman - of Goldman Sachs International (Goldman Sachs International is the very powerful subsidiary of the Goldman Sachs Group, of which Lloyd Blankfein is CEO). Sutherland is also an Advisory Director of the Goldman Sachs Group itself. And he was is European Chairman for the Trilateral Commission. He has, at various times, attended meetings of the Bilderberg group."

Goldman Sachs is under an investigation by the stooges at the SEC(Securities & Exchange Commission). All of this boiling while Goldman's honchos sit down for tea and treachery at the White House with a usurper playing big man on the block even though he hasn't a clue about economics or how to solve a first grade level cross word puzzle.

Now, it all goes back to that drill hole. We know Halliburton worked on it and twenty hours later there was a massive explosion that killed eleven men and sunk that huge oil platform. That's where it started.

The fake president in the White House sits on his hands when he's not playing golf or flying around on his favorite toy (Air Force One) while the mess in the gulf gets worse by the day. He's very cozy with higher ups in Goldman Sachs. That financial giant has been invested in BP involving massive amounts of money - until shortly before the explosion. Amazingly, they bail on BP stock in an acceptable advance period.

Now let me introduce the other players and tie the big, $green$ bow.

"Cap and trade" is now being called the new derivatives for Wall Street. Translated it's another potential nuclear bomb in the financial markets.

As mentioned previously, the usurper held a press conference about his new energy policy while the drill hole in the Gulf of Mexico is spewing oil like a Texas drencher. Let not a good crisis go to waste. Obama/Soetoro has a good friend named John Rowe who heads up a company called Exelon. Their basket of golden eggs is dependent upon the next fraud to loot our pockets: "The American Power Act" which is just the hoax called cap and trade dressed up. This monstrous fraud is being pushed by two outlaws in the U.S. Senate: John Kerry and Joe Libermann.. Clean coal they call it.

America doesn't want to be fleeced again, but the images and suffering from the gulf have lots of Americans thinking maybe it's a "good" idea. John Rowe is betting big on the American people buying thin air for big bux - by "law" that is.

December 31, 2009. Exelon's Carbon Advantage

Rowe: "I thought climate legislation would come sooner or later and that I'd rather have my money in the nuke fleet," Rowe says of his decision of a decade ago. Exelon needs that legislation to happen sooner rather than later. Without a carbon price of some sort, Exelon's fortunes aren't so bright...

"Except, of course, carbon legislation. And because of that, the company views spending on lobbying for legislation almost like a capital expense. William Von Hoene, a cowboy-boot-wearing former criminal defender who heads the finance and legal departments for Exelon and is a possible successor to Rowe, thinks of carbon legislation as Exelon's big growth opportunity. "It's an investment we are making that will result in substantial shareholder value," he says.

"So lately Rowe spends more time wearing out shoe leather in Washington than he does gazing at the sparkling lights of downtown Chicago. He has emerged as a lobbyist for cap and trade, a scheme that would limit carbon emissions to the amount spelled out in tradable carbon permits. If such a scheme is enacted, utilities without the need to buy permits will be at a competitive advantage to utilities that need to have them.

"It doesn't hurt that, while Rowe is a Republican, Exelon has very deep ties to the Obama Administration. Frank M. Clark, who runs ComEd, helped advise Obama before he ran for President and is one of Obama's largest fundraisers. Obama's chief political strategist, David Axelrod, worked as a consultant to Exelon. Obama's chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel, helped create Exelon. Emanuel was hired by Rowe to help broker the $8.2 billion deal between Unicom and Peco when Emanuel was at the investment bank Wasserstein Perella (now Dresdner Kleinwort). In his two-year career there Emanuel earned $16.2 million, according to congressional disclosures. His biggest deal was the Exelon merger.

"Emanuel e-mailed Rowe on the eve of the House vote on global warming legislation and asked that he reach out to some uncommitted Democrats. "We are proud to be the President's utility," says Elizabeth Moler, Exelon's chief lobbyist. "It's nice for John to be able to go to the White House and they know his name."

In 1999, Goldman Sachs was advising Unicom. Exelon is a Chicago based utility. Goldman Sachs is in the same scam business as Exelon:
"During 2009, Goldman Sachs completed the largest North American carbon trade to date and became a founding member of a new exchange focused on building a global environmental marketplace. During 2009, Goldman Sachs completed the largest North American carbon trade to date and became a founding member of a new exchange focused on building a global environmental marketplace."

Rolling Stone, very "left" as most people know, dissected Goldman Sachs and their quest for the global warming pot of green:

"The new carbon credit market is a virtual repeat of the commodities-market casino that's been kind to Goldman, except it has one delicious new wrinkle: If the plan goes forward as expected, the rise in prices will be government-mandated. Goldman won't even have to rig the game. It will be rigged in advance.

"Here's how it works: If the bill passes, there will be limits for coal plants, utilities, natural-gas distributors and numerous other industries on the amount of carbon emissions (a.k.a. greenhouse gases) they can produce per year. If the companies go over their allotment, they will be able to buy "allocations" or credits from other companies that have managed to produce fewer emissions. President Obama conservatively estimates that about $646 billion worth of carbon credits will be auctioned in the first seven years; one of his top economic aides speculates that the real number might be twice or even three times that amount.

"The feature of this plan that has special appeal to speculators is that the "cap" on carbon will be continually lowered by the government, which means that carbon credits will become more and more scarce with each passing year. Which means that this is a brand new commodities market where the main commodity to be traded is guaranteed to rise in price over time. The volume of this new market will be upwards of a trillion dollars annually; for comparison's sake, the annual combined revenues of all electricity suppliers in the U.S. total $320 billion.

"Goldman wants this bill. The plan is (1) to get in on the ground floor of paradigm-shifting legislation, (2) make sure that they're the profit-making slice of that paradigm and (3) make sure the slice is a big slice. Goldman started pushing hard for cap-and-trade long ago, but things really ramped up last year when the firm spent $3.5 million to lobby climate issues. (One of their lobbyists at the time was none other than Patterson, now Treasury chief of staff.) Back in 2005, when Hank Paulson was chief of Goldman, he personally helped author the bank's environmental policy, a document that contains some surprising elements for a firm that in all other areas has been consistently opposed to any sort of government regulation. Paulson's report argued that "voluntary action alone cannot solve the climate change problem."

And, who is at the bottom of the pile? We the people.

As you can see and what I said before: A big, incestous cabal; all buddies figuring out how to screw the American people.

What about BP? Well, they didn't learn from the Exxon-Valdez disaster and in fact, made a huge mess of the clean up. BP is also heavily invested in the magic show called carbon emissions. That company will either sink or swim, the question is: did someone hasten the sink part?

Below are links I've culled from the massive number of news items and columns on the Internet. I group them so I can find references when I am writing other columns. It cuts down on my research time and I hope it helps you in getting the best, most accurate information available.

Links by category:


Rig survivors: BP ordered shortcut on day of blast
BP admits failing to use industry risk test at any of
its deepwater wells in the US
A Visual Look At How BP Could Bring Down
Large Parts Of The Economy
New Evidence Suggests the Oil Spill in the Gulf
Could only be the Beginning:

"Unknown to the majority of the public, this particular area that was chosen by the BP geologists has been described as unstable and even dangerous due to the possible super sized methane beds embedded deep in the earths crust. Some geologists believed this to be so and voiced their opinions early on in the piece, but to no avail. Now 12 scientists from the Texas A&M University who have been running tests in the area within a 5 mile radius of the drill site, have found levels of methane in the ocean that are through the roof. In some pockets of the ocean the concentrations of methane gas levels are up to 100,000 times the norm and even more incredibly up to 1 million times higher."

BP and its employees have given more than $3.5 million to federal candidates over the past 20 years
with the largest chunk of their money going to Obama.
Obama-BP oil cataclysm worsens: day 65 of death and destruction
Cracks Show BP Was Battling Gulf Well as Early as February
BP Relied on Faulty U.S. Data
BP Used Cheaper, Riskier Oil Wells
Frustrated by boycott, station owners want BP help


Gulf Coast Toxicity Syndrome
CNN: Almost All Exxon Valdez Cleanup Crew Dead
EPA Opening Public “Decontamination Stations”; 400 People
BP, We Demand Respirators for ALL Clean Up Workers
Gulf oil spill: Could 'toxic storm' make beach towns uninhabitable?
CDC advises “Everyone, including pregnant women” to avoid areas affected by spill;
Expert says crude oil contains “some of the most toxic chemicals that we know”
It Is Raining OIL In Louisiana - Streets Covered - Video


Halliburton Deepwater Horizon Oil Rig Explosion: Testimony At Senate [Full Text]
The Cheney - Halliburton Circle of Corruption
Army favors Halliburton via sham bidding process
Halliburton Makes a Killing on Iraq War
Another KBR Employee Says She Was Raped
While Working for the Military Contractor in Iraq

Goldman Sachs

Goldman Sachs: The Pirates of Poison in the Gulf
Chairman of Goldman Sachs International Was Until
Last Year Also Chairman of BP


BP Media Blackout - James Fox Reporting 1/2
Panic brews on Gulf coast under suspicions of oil
spill media blackout of threats to public safety
Gulf Coast Governors Leaving National Guard Idle

Uh, Rolling Stone Magazine seems to be upset with Obama/Soetoro:

The Spill, The Scandal and the President - The inside story of how Obama failed to crack down
on the corruption of the Bush years – and let the world's most dangerous oil company get away with murder

And, the border governors: June 24, 2010

Dereliction of Duty -  Why is the National Guard MIA in the Gulf?
Blame governors Jindal, Barbour, Riley and Crist.

Sex, Lies and Oil Spills

"A 2009 investigation of the Minerals Management Service found that agency officials "frequently consumed alcohol at industry functions, had used cocaine and marijuana and had sexual relationships with oil and gas company representatives." Three reports by the Inspector General describe an open bazaar of payoffs, bribes and kickbacks spiced with scenes of female employees providing sexual favors to industry big wigs who in turn rewarded government workers with illegal contracts."

Obama Receives Most Money From BP Of Any Politician In 20 Years

Incompetence and corruption

Against Gov. Jindal's Wishes, Crude-Sucking Barges Stopped by Coast Guard
Treachery In The Gulf
Exploded oil rig has made $270 million off the disaster
Sex, Lies and Oil Spills
Regulators Accepted Gifts From Oil Industry, Report Says
Soros’s Oil Spill Payoff
Ten Things You Need (But Don't Want) To
Know About the BP Oil Spill
Federal Gov't Halts Sand Berm Dredging
Nungesser Pleads With President To Allow Work To Continue
Obama's Oil Drill Ban Crippling Gulf Economy
BP Slick Covers Dolphins and Whales
USF scientists find long line of oil 6 inches under the sand at Pensacola Beach
Sea creatures flee spill, gather near shore

More criminal negligence by the idiots who run FEMA

FEMA Trailers in Gulf Can 'Hurt Innocent People'
Short video
Toxic FEMA Trailer Lawsuit - Lawyer - Attorney 
Short video


Devvy Kidd authored the booklets, Why A Bankrupt America and Blind Loyalty; 2 million copies distributed. Devvy appears on radio shows all over the country. She left the Republican Party in 1996 and has been an independent voter ever since. Devvy is a constitutionalist who believes in the supreme law of the land, not some political party.

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