Louisiana U.S. Homeland Security Chief says BP not putting resources into Gulf Oil Spill
Edited by John Stokes
Deano Bonano, a U.S. Homeland Security representative in Lousiana says BP is not putting the necessary resources to redress Oil Spill. (watch above VIDEO for more information).
The U.S. Navy has the technical know how to have prevented much of the damage from taking place in the Gulf of Mexico. But instead of getting the U.S. Navy involved, Barack Obama has announced an "Oil Commission" that will not deal with the current Oil Spill. The Commission will be assistance with former George W. Bush administration operatives (watch VIDEO for more information). Now, that is cause of optimism, isn't it?
It is apparent that the Gulf Oil spill is willful negligence for some kind of nefarious capitistocratic agenda. Willful negligence occurs when parties have the power to do something about a problem, and consciously do nothing to redress matters pertinent. Like, for example, a Lifeguard, who could easily save someone from drowning, and elects not to.
How long will the American people preside over the apparent further destruction of their coastal waters? The oil spill is about to destroy ecosystems along the U.S. East Coast.
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