Thursday, May 27, 2010

It seems crazy to me...


Mankind has managed some incredible feats of engineering. It seems crazy to me that BP has not been able to stop the massive oil leak it caused in the Gulf of Mexico.

Things like this will happen by negligence, carelessness, maliciousness, or by sheer accident, but it shouldn't take this long to stop a leak.

3 comments:

Rick Calohan said...

They (BP) are waiting for Obama to come and part the waters so that they can get to the source. Even funnier is why HBO Films in association with Spike Lee and Michael Moore have not made a documentary blaming the Anointed One. Oh wait that's right its Barry O not W.

Woody Woodward said...

Did anyone catch the amusing dialog yesterday between a very angry James Carville being interviewed by George Stephanopoulos? The raging disgust for his ole pal, Obama, for doing nothing, flowed freely from the mouth of colorful James. He was right one, and he was mad! I know Carville is a far left liberal, but I can’t help like the guy. He tells it straight as he sees things, just sees things different that I do. But still think he is a cleaver stand up guy.

Perry said...

I'm not sure how much the feds should be involved in fixing the Gulf oil leak, if at all; but, I'd be swayed by a good argument for the feds getting involved. But, I thought it was really curious that Obama said that the feds don't have the brawn or brains (my paraphrase) to fix the Gulf leak. Huh? That's disingenuous, at least. The feds are using and creating various technologies for various applications all over the globe; and, they don't know what to do to cap an oil leak? What about the Army Corps of Engineers helping? Come on people!