Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Lies for the proles to sleep by.

Lessee, last week we were being told that skimmers had picked up a small percentage of the oil and that microbial action and evaporation was what was containing the spill. This week, it's skimming and burning.
It has become acceptable to simply lie about all this. Say whatever is convenient. The proles accept that the gov't is going to feed them a pack of lies and in turn the gov't feeds them lie after contradictory lie.
Obama, Bush, some douchebag governor or mayor, they're all the same. . . lies follow lies.
It astounds me that the proles are so fucking docile and accepting of being lied to. If it were another individual lying like the gov't does, they would be marginalized and condemned.

Hey you dumb fucks! Wake up! When did we ever have a major oil spill and all the oil just disappeared or was sucked up in a matter of weeks! There are still toxic amounts of oil on the shores of Prince Edward Sound 20 yrs later! There will be toxic levels of oil in the Guld of Mexico 20 yrs from now. . . probably 100 yrs from now.

Oh, but don't worry, this time bacteria, evaporation and BP are going to remove it all and make everything alright.

Proles = Bunch of $3 back alley whores. . . swallow away.
Hell, they bought you for less than $3.

Mud plugs well; feds say much of Gulf oil is gone
By HARRY R. WEBER and GREG BLUESTEIN, Associated Press Writers Harry R. Weber And Greg Bluestein, Associated Press Writers – 43 mins ago

ON THE GULF OF MEXICO – BP claimed a key victory Wednesday in its effort to plug its blown-out oil well in the Gulf of Mexico while the government said the vast majority of oil from the worst offshore spill in U.S. history was already gone.

Declaring it a milestone, BP PLC said mud that was forced down the well was holding back the flow of crude and it was in a "static condition."

Also, White House energy adviser Carol Browner said on morning TV talk shows that a new assessment found that about 75 percent of the oil has either been captured, burned off, evaporated or broken down in the Gulf.

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