Monday, June 21, 2010

Yachting, Golfing and Gushing

Two of the worlds most powerful people spend a little "me" time while 100,000 barrels of crude oil per day gush into the Gulf of Mexico. Tony Hayward, CEO of BP spent the day on his yacht racing other rich people around on some relatively clean water while President Obama, our sworn and elected public servant, golfs the day away.
On behalf of the rest of the world I would like to take a moment to personally thank you both for all that you're doing - all of your arduous and tireless work both night and day - to fix this little problem. Here's to ya, fellas!


  1. When you have time, might want to check out this video.. and Alex Jones in general

  2. Hey, also check these out:

    Because Iran is setting up a nuclear power plant(one of the most efficient and practical sources of power despite common ignorance protesting its use) the US is collaborating to set heavy sanctions on Iran. Countries will not provide them, their international planes, or their ships with oil or fuel. They are restricting business to any company that sells products to Iran(thereby wreaking even further havoc on the iranian financial sector).

    Seems the one thing tyrannical enthusiasts have learned from past experiences is to be more sneaky about how they usurp their power. Soon US will be at war with Iran and virtually own the entire middle east.. Then what?

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  5. This is some interesting info. I just started researching alot of these things in the last couple of months. What do you think about "The Arrivals" documentary?

  6. Erica,
    I've not seen that yet, but I'll check it out. Glad you're interested. That's where it begins. It's a tedious, time-consuming endeavor to stay educated on alot of these issues, but the alternative has dire consequences. Thanks for visiting. Please click the "follow" button to follow my blog and share it with your friends and family. Unfortunately I'm pretty busy lately and haven't had much time to post, but there's alot of material here to research in the meantime, and I'll be updating and posting soon. Thanks again!!

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