Comments on: Now is not the time to research oil cleanup Global environmental challenges Wed, 16 Nov 2016 08:14:55 +0000 hourly 1 By: Buddy28403 Sun, 27 Jun 2010 16:18:06 +0000 moratorium on drilling,, just “till we find out what happened?” anyone ever hear about ishtoc2? that happened in 1979, and we still don’t know what happened. Tmex Oil never paid a dime to the gulf coast residents, claming national sovereignity, (mexico). we have oil reseves on land and in less deep water ,but radical environmentist have pushed oil companys into deep water.
i think a moratorium is a another way to reconcile nationalize the oil companys. a nother cloaked step towards scoialism. i don’t believe democracy is a good idea. if in a democracy, you have 20 men and 19 women, and the vote is whether rape should be legal,,,,,,might not work to well for the women. i belive a representive republic is a better way.

By: 5280hi Tue, 01 Jun 2010 05:35:15 +0000 Thanks to the GOP’s allegiance to Big Oil and the systematic propaganda aimed at their voting stooges, our nation is unprepared for the insecurity that is coming. Now we will pay the real price of cheap energy.

As long as the South keeps electing Republicans, the stability of the affected Gulf State aconomies will be jeopardized. Unemployment will likely get worse and the state governments will not function. There will be social upheavals and no safety nets. People will leave those states to seek jobs elsewhere, shrinking the tax base further.

Republicans have hated the environmnent for years. They will never protect it and even create systems to destroy it in the name of profit and greed. They hate science, they hate education. They hate clean air and clean water. They hate nature, They hate democracy and they hate government.

The GOP slogan for the environment = “Kill Baby Kill”.

By: EricTaubert Thu, 27 May 2010 05:38:20 +0000 An interesting perspective on the BP oil spill as it pertains to Sanibel Island in Florida – es/130-oil-spill