Obama the empty suit is making oil spill cleanup more difficult June 16, 2010Posted by hslu in Energy, Global Affair, Obama, Politics.
Tags: BP, Dutch skimmer ships, empty suit, Jones Act, New York Times, Nobel Prize, Obama, Steven Chu
After the much anticipated address by the empty suit in the White House, I have a few questions for Obama:
Why wasn’t Jones Act waived?
Who recommended the rejection and why?
Where are the skimmer ships Dutch had offered?
Why did you reject assistance from foreign countries?
Are there more booms somewhere that the federal government can use?
Why did you reject the building of sand barriers to block oil from reaching the shore? And who made the recommendation and why?
Why did you keep reminding us that Steven Chu has a Nobel Prize? Nobel Prize in Physics is useless in dealing with oil spill. It is irrelevant. And where is he, anyway?
Are there on-going predictions of where oil is flowing to and, if there are, why can’t you order skimmer ships to position there to suck oil up when oil reaches there?
Are you purposely trying to make BP’s oil cleanup job more difficult by not offering critical assistance at a time when it was needed?
Are you trying to make this disaster worse than it should have been just to advance your liberal agenda such as a carbon tax which has no hope to pass in the Congress?
Do you work for all people of the United States or just the liberal base of your party?
Did you talk to the prime minister of England about this?
You blamed the previous administration and BP for the spill, did you say anything about your lack of leadership on this matter?
Whom are you being led by? Why didn’t you lead?
Did the boss of New York Times force you to give the Oval Office address?
Do you think you are partially responsible to the poor cleanup job so far?
Do you think you should pay for a portion of the damage?
What do you have to say to defend your poor leadership if BP sues you and your administration?
I need your answer this afternoon. You have two hours. You can give your answer in front of a national audience on CNN.