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By ThomasG, May 26, 2010 at 1:50 pm Link to this comment
BP workers don’t get $500/day, only $10/hr. and 12 hr. days and apparently they are all sick from the oil, just like the wild life, because they had no protective covering provided by BP.
By ofersince72, May 26, 2010 at 12:51 pm Link to this comment
BP isn’t acting any differently than any other
We are as guilty as BP for what is happening
We all know that we kill for oil
destroy any thing in the path for oil,
yet, the sale of oil goes on with little in fluctuation
in the use.
maybe now you will all know how the Iraqi’ feel,and
the Nigerians, and the Ecuador, and on and on and on
NOw go vote ur favorite Dem or Repub.
By MarthaA, May 25, 2010 at 9:15 am Link to this comment
I understand BP will pay workers $500/day to gather up oil on the Gulf Coast, but I wonder, is it possible for workers to keep up with the ONE MILLION GALLONS of oil steadily gushing out of the broken well, that still hasn’t been repaired?
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