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By MarthaA, May 17, 2010 at 9:16 am Link to this comment
The socialist Right-Wing Conservative Republicans “blame game” to avoid accepting full responsibility for their corrupt exploitation of the populace and the environment must not be allowed in any way by the President.
The responsible party for payment to the U.S. populace for the oil drilling catastrophe is the ONE who actually set the drill and started drilling, which is BP, all others involved in the ensuing charade are responsible for payment to BP: BP can choose to sue their assistants for reimbursement, but the only responsible party for payment to the U.S. populace is the ONE who set the drill and started drilling. BP’s CEO accepted the responsibility; the subjective propaganda blame game is a selfish Conservative Republican Right-Wing ploy to further avoid responsibility for BP’s destruction of the populace and the environment, so that the Conservative Right-Wing destroyers can keep their capital and not suffer any ill effects from their destruction of the economy and the environment, which is an advacement toward the fulfillment of the Conservative Right-Wing EXTREMISTS Plan to enslave the populace at any expense.
President Obama’s administration contracted for responsibility, not irresponsibility gone to seed. Bart Simpson’s cartoon strategy of “I didn’t do it” must not be allowed. It is apparent BP did it. BP’s CEO confessed and openly accepted the responsibility for their oil and sludge destruction that continues to spew and be carried all over the ocean and is even being driven under the ocean to stay for centuries of destruction, if not permanent destruction of the ocean. This “blame game” after the fact must not be allowed by our government.
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