Friday, May 14, 2010

If It Was "Iranian Petroleum," We Would Nuke 'Em

If it Was "Iranian Petroleum," we would Nuke 'Em, but it's British Petroleum so we merely talk firmly, as seen below.

Just so people have a handle on the numbers.... the company originally downplayed the size of the leak at about 1,000 barrels a day, but later accepted a government estimate that it was at least 5,000 barrels a day.

It was only after Obama Administration rained fire down on their heads that underwater video was released. The video makes clear that the leak is gushing about 70,000 barrels per day (2.94 million gallons) into the Gulf of Mexico, which means this spill has already far surpassed the Exxon Valdez oil spill in size.

Meanwhile BP's CEO, a half-wit twit by the name of Tony Hayward, has given an interview in which he says the oil spill is "relatively tiny" compared to the "very big ocean."

Let me be the first to demand his extradition to stand trial on criminal charges in the United States.

How long do you think this fellow will last in an American prison?



Seahorse said...

And an Ebola virus cell is "relatively tiny", but that usually doesn't go all that well, either.

He's a dumbass of cosmic proportions.


Linda K said...

It seems that BP had no disaster recovery plan at all. Shame on our government for letting them drill with that floating rig without one! It is a crime for sure! One that has damaged our environment for generations to come!

scarlet_debi said...

So far the only government who seems to be trying to come up with any good ideas is Texas. They at least had a plan even if it hasn't worked like it was hoped. The other gulf states and our own FEMA don't appear to have one any more than BP did. I hope no one wants shrimp in the near future.

disgusted Debi in Texas