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Title: The Gulf Oil Spill Crisis is a Deliberate Act of Obama
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URL Source: http://lamecherry.blogspot.com/2010 ... ama-deliberately-did-this.html
Published: Jun 13, 2010
Author: lamecherry.
Post Date: 2010-06-13 09:46:46 by no gnu taxes
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I wonder how long it is going to take the good people like Sean Hannity to stop saying Obama is incompetent in handling the Gulf Gusher, because literally Sean Hannity is too good of a soul to ever conclude that anyone would take a disaster and turn it into a catastrophe as Obama did in the natural gas explosion and pressure pipe fissure off Louisiana.

For goodness reasons, Sean Hannity can not link that Rahm Emanuel was using the economic crisis, broadening it to strangle America after Bush 43 had the situation stabilized in January 2009, to as the evidence reveals gut GM and turn it over to union thugs, just like the stimulus was an economic bribe to Obama's cronies, but linking it to the same situation the Gulf is not mentioned deliberate, but as incompetent.

The evidence clearly shows this was a staged event to shut off drilling in America. The main BP official removed heavy drilling grease from a high pressure well over objections and that is what caused this, along with Obama's Interior who allowed all the safety valves to be disabled.

That is a clear criminal event, but still people do not want to believe that Barack Hussein Obama deliberately polluted the Gulf for political payback. For the record, this is the American division of British Petroleum which came under attack. Yes the British version stocks will go down, but no one is asking if anyone was short selling these stocks like George Soros either. The British version of BP also is drilling and sitting on huge quantities of Libyan oil when Obama sat back and allowed the Lockerbie terrorist who murdered 300 Americans to be freed, all for Libyan oil contracts from Obama's number one Muslim cheerleader in Khadaffi. Exactly like DAY ONE in America, Obama only protested after the fact to cover his ass, just like he has "protested" in silence over Persian Patriots being murdered by the Iranian communist regime.

The Houston Chronicle has broken a story that in the first days of this gusher, the Dutch offered ships, oil siphoning booms and other assistance directly to Obama and BP. Obama sent an official letter of "NO THANKS".

Remember after 9 11 that Bush 43 had Norwegian fighters patrolling American skies? Remember after Katrina how Bush 43 waved maritime laws which forbid foreign ships from operating port to port in America? Yet Obama deliberately has shut down every effort to do anything to cap this gusher.

This blog offered the fix immediately after revealing exclusively the lies being put out this was a methane ice event in capping the well. BP only took like 45 days to do an inferior method, which allowed the complete pollution of the Gulf.

America has not seen the end of this, as Americans are so concerned about a hurricane driving that oil up on American shores, but what happens with Bowbama in a hurricane when this oil floods over Cuba, Venezuela or Brazil, and they haul the American taxpayer in for clean up costs and not "bankrupt" BP still making billions? Obama will be borrowing more money Americans will have to pay back to clean up other nations for the deliberate criminal dithering he has played out.

There are absolutely no doubts in this. This all could have been handled as the Saudi's did in their massive spill, but Obama denied, defied and dithered any action to take place to alieviate this until a month into this. It is all so completely Obama motive in repeated criminal process that I honestly wonder how long it is going to take a united voice from the pundits to point out what this blog has revealed from the beginning in Obama deliberately did all this.

Obama is thee most heinous environmental holocaust instigator since Saddam Hussein, and if the Gulf were Jews instead of gulls, he would have even surpassed Adolf Hitler's final solution.

I state none of that lightly as Obama wiped out deliberately the GOP Gulf States. He is in process destroying 1 million jobs there in a Super Depression. For those who have not been listening, there is ONE STATE in North Dakota which has been sinking a hundred oil wells, has an economic surplus, has made hundreds of millionaires.........AND BARACK OBAMA IS CURRENTLY IMPLEMENTING A TAX ON CRUDE OIL IN AMERICA TO DESTROY THAT GOP STATE NOW TOO.

I realize that Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh and Mark Levin are too good of souls to even contemplate that someone like Obama would be in a conspiracy to destroy individual GOP States, and deliberately pollute an entire gulf just to keep money flowing to his Muslim oil mafia and European banking cronies as America is disassembled by him from within so he can set up a thugocracy perpetual power Obamanation, it is time Paul Revere in this ride from this blog echo in the minds of talkers for them to finally grasp how heinous B. Hussein Obama is, as that is what the evidence is.

Goodness people, was it I.G. Farben's fault what Hitler did to Jews or was it Hitlers?

Was it Stalin's fault what he did to Ukrainians in starving 40 million to death or was it winter's fault in freezing the starving masses?

Was it Pol Pot's fault in the killing fields of Cambodia or was it the local wooden club manufacturer whose clubs beat people to death?

One should get the point by now, that when someone named Obama strangles the American economy, loots the Treasury for payoffs to cronies, divides up GM for unions, enslaves Mexicans, bribes the Democratic Congress for rationed death and pollutes the entire Gulf of America, that it is all a pattern of criminality which surpasses the most murderous despots in history, and Obama is not done yet.

Listen my children, those lamps in the Old North Church burning here are not pretty lights, but warning signals.

What is it going to take for good people to simply repeat the reality, Barack Hussein Obama did this deliberately.

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#1. To: no gnu taxes (#0)

Thank you for one of the nuttiest conspiracy pieces I've ever read.

lucysmom  posted on  2010-06-13   10:03:14 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#2. To: no gnu taxes (#0)

While I think its obvious this disaster has been handled badly by the Administration, nobody 'intentionally' caused this. Nobody WANTED it to happen, except possibly the truly insane wing of the enviromental movement, and they make up a tiny percentage of that fringe group.

Even our hardcore enviromental whacko's here at LF are at the point where they would rather this never occured. Its becoming evident this massive leak may continue for months on end. It wouldn't surprise me if its still going on past the New Year.

Just 10 days prior to the explosion, the Obama administration’s regulators gave the oil rig a pass, and last year the Obama administration granted BP a National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) exemption for its drilling operation.

Badeye  posted on  2010-06-13   10:09:05 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#3. To: lucysmom (#1)

The Houston Chronicle has broken a story that in the first days of this gusher, the Dutch offered ships, oil siphoning booms and other assistance directly to Obama and BP. Obama sent an official letter of "NO THANKS".

Remember after 9 11 that Bush 43 had Norwegian fighters patrolling American skies? Remember after Katrina how Bush 43 waved maritime laws which forbid foreign ships from operating port to port in America? Yet Obama deliberately has shut down every effort to do anything to cap this gusher.

Nothing conspiratorial about that.

no gnu taxes  posted on  2010-06-13   10:10:26 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#4. To: no gnu taxes (#3)

That is fact based.

Just 10 days prior to the explosion, the Obama administration’s regulators gave the oil rig a pass, and last year the Obama administration granted BP a National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) exemption for its drilling operation.

Badeye  posted on  2010-06-13   10:14:05 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#5. To: no gnu taxes (#3)

Remember after 9 11 that Bush 43 had Norwegian fighters patrolling American skies? Remember after Katrina how Bush 43 waved maritime laws which forbid foreign ships from operating port to port in America? Yet Obama deliberately has shut down every effort to do anything to cap this gusher.

I remember, following Katrina, Castro offered to send doctors experienced in disaster relief and Bush didn't even give him the courtesy of a response.

Oil siphoning has nothing to do with capping the well.

Do you think that BP, who has pretty much run the show, has an interest in allowing this to continue longer than necessary?

lucysmom  posted on  2010-06-13   10:26:38 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#6. To: lucysmom (#5)

I remember, following Katrina, Castro offered to send doctors experienced in disaster relief and Bush didn't even give him the courtesy of a response.

We didn't have a shortage of medical personel, and we don't do business with Cuba. You might recall it was a Democrat Administration that set that policy, btw.

Just 10 days prior to the explosion, the Obama administration’s regulators gave the oil rig a pass, and last year the Obama administration granted BP a National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) exemption for its drilling operation.

Badeye  posted on  2010-06-13   10:28:36 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#7. To: Badeye (#6)

We didn't have a shortage of medical personel (SIC and noted by MG per Tull's rules), and we don't do business with Cuba. You might recall it was a Democrat Administration that set that policy, btw

Yeah right..That's why the staff of one NO hospital was charged with euthanizing patients when there wasn't enough staff to evacuate them.

Making the world safe for United Fruit.

mininggold  posted on  2010-06-13   10:38:48 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#8. To: mininggold (#7)

Yeah right..That's why the staff of one NO hospital was charged with euthanizing patients when there wasn't enough staff to evacuate them.

Lets not confuse NOLA's private hospitals and how they were run or in this case not run (according to their own evacuation plans) with the response AFTER Katrina had passed here.

Lets also not forget 90,000 square miles were devastated. Or that every single person in NOLA, and the entire Gulf Coast was informed by local, state and Federal authorities that it would be at least 72 hours before they could expect any outside help to arrive.

Just 10 days prior to the explosion, the Obama administration’s regulators gave the oil rig a pass, and last year the Obama administration granted BP a National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) exemption for its drilling operation.

Badeye  posted on  2010-06-13   10:43:37 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#9. To: mininggold (#7)

Only an idiot would think it would do any good to try and bring in doctors from Cuba (assuming it was even lawful). The logistics to get them here would be more costly than any good they could do and it wouldn't have helped anybody to be evacuated.

If bringing in more doctors were an answer, they could have been brought in from New York, Houston, Los Angeles, etc.. Doctors weren't the issue.

no gnu taxes  posted on  2010-06-13   10:46:07 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#10. To: Badeye (#6)

We didn't have a shortage of medical personel, and we don't do business with Cuba.

And yet people died due to inadequate medical care.

lucysmom  posted on  2010-06-13   10:46:40 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#11. To: no gnu taxes (#9)

Only an idiot would think it would do any good to try and bring in doctors from Cuba (assuming it was even lawful). The logistics to get them here would be more costly than any good they could do and it wouldn't have helped anybody to be evacuated.

There's more to health care than just doctors. The statement was there was plenty of care already in NO. That was proven in court of law to be false.

Making the world safe for United Fruit.

mininggold  posted on  2010-06-13   10:49:12 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#12. To: mininggold (#11)

There's more to health care than just doctors.

So was Castro gonna ship over fully equipped hospitals?

no gnu taxes  posted on  2010-06-13   10:51:23 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#13. To: Badeye (#2)

While I think

No you don't.

its obvious this disaster has been handled badly by the Administration

What should have been done differently? The article sites Dutch participation. That help probably wouldn't be here by now. They needed a couple of weeks to amass the equipment and it's not like they could have thrown it on a Norwegian fighter jet to get it here. They would have had to sail it here.

At the beginning of this, you were skeptical that any oil was leaking.

#67. To: war (#48) Keep hiding behind the bozo, bozo. (laughing) You've always been a world class pussy. Badeye posted on 2010-01-14 16:12:48 ET Reply Trace I'm biased, obviously, given the shit I'm subjected to daily here from the anti groupie. Badeye posted on 2010-06-10 11:34:31 ET Reply Trace Private Reply

war  posted on  2010-06-13   10:53:25 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#14. To: lucysmom (#10)

We didn't have a shortage of medical personel, and we don't do business with Cuba. And yet people died due to inadequate medical care.

Yep, as predicted throughout the five days PRIOR to Katrina making landfall.

The vast majority of the dead from Katrina did not die from 'inadequate medical care'.

They died due to their own stupidity by not heeding the warnings leading up to the hurricane making landfall. They died because they didn't in the end head to the superdome, choosing to stay in homes in the 9th ward and other areas in NOLA below sea level, or on the coastal areas along the entire Gulf Region in Katrina's path. Vast, as in 95% or more.

Just 10 days prior to the explosion, the Obama administration’s regulators gave the oil rig a pass, and last year the Obama administration granted BP a National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) exemption for its drilling operation.

Badeye  posted on  2010-06-13   10:53:53 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#15. To: mininggold (#11)

That was proven in court of law to be false.

False or unproven?

#67. To: war (#48) Keep hiding behind the bozo, bozo. (laughing) You've always been a world class pussy. Badeye posted on 2010-01-14 16:12:48 ET Reply Trace I'm biased, obviously, given the shit I'm subjected to daily here from the anti groupie. Badeye posted on 2010-06-10 11:34:31 ET Reply Trace Private Reply

war  posted on  2010-06-13   10:54:10 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#16. To: no gnu taxes (#9)

Doctors weren't the issue.

No, they weren't. The fact is it was one of the most sucessful mass evacuations prior to a major disaster in human history. Teh fact is it was one of the most sucessful rescue missions in human history. The airlift alone was a magnificent acheivement under the most devastating of circumstances.

You only find this out if you read, however. Brinkley's 'Great Deluge' is a good one, even though there are some specific incidents he flat out gets wrong. I learned about them from a reporter friend of mine while in NOLA this past January. She stayed behind reporting after sending her ex husband and their daughter out.

Just 10 days prior to the explosion, the Obama administration’s regulators gave the oil rig a pass, and last year the Obama administration granted BP a National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) exemption for its drilling operation.

Badeye  posted on  2010-06-13   10:57:11 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#17. To: war (#15)

False or unproven?

By proxy.

Making the world safe for United Fruit.

mininggold  posted on  2010-06-13   10:57:48 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#18. To: no gnu taxes (#9)

Only an idiot would think it would do any good to try and bring in doctors from Cuba (assuming it was even lawful). The logistics to get them here would be more costly than any good they could do and it wouldn't have helped anybody to be evacuated.

I suppose that if Bush could lift the ban on foreign ships stopping at more than one US port, he could have made an exception for Cuban doctors.

"Castro, a longtime adversary of the United States, initially offered to send 1,100 doctors and at least 26 tons of supplies and equipment, but the Communist leader announced Sunday during a televised speech that he had increased the number of physicians to 1,586. Each doctor would carry about 27 pounds of medicine.

"You could all be there right now lending your services, but 48 hours have passed since we made this offer, and we have received absolutely no response," Castro said at Havana's Palace of the Revolution."

lucysmom  posted on  2010-06-13   10:58:17 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#19. To: lucysmom (#18)

Besides you confusing acts of congress banning Cuba interaction with executive orders waiving federal 'law', you don't have a clue as to logistics as it relates to katrina.

And only somebody that thinks Michael Moore is an expert on healthcare would suggest Cuban doctors expertise exceeds that of what the US Military provides in a crisis situation.

Oh, and then there is the linguistic issues, but hey, what the hell, right?

Sheesh.

Just 10 days prior to the explosion, the Obama administration’s regulators gave the oil rig a pass, and last year the Obama administration granted BP a National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) exemption for its drilling operation.

Badeye  posted on  2010-06-13   11:01:54 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#20. To: Badeye (#16)

No, they weren't. The fact is it was one of the most sucessful mass evacuations prior to a major disaster in human history. Teh fact is it was one of the most sucessful rescue missions in human history. The airlift alone was a magnificent acheivement under the most devastating of circumstances.

YOU are too funny and real spin machine today. 'Most' doesn't mean perfect and that they didn't need more experienced personnel.

Making the world safe for United Fruit.

mininggold  posted on  2010-06-13   11:03:36 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#21. To: lucysmom (#18)

If we just needed to bring in more doctors and supplies, better doctors and better supplies were available here, and could have been provided quicker. Castro couldn't have provided the emergency care some needed in the time frame needed after the hurricane.

It was a political stunt and nothing else. If you don't realize that, you're pretty dense. However, the Dutch ships most certainly could have aided in preventing the spread of the oil spill.

no gnu taxes  posted on  2010-06-13   11:04:34 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#22. To: mininggold (#20)

YOU are too funny and real spin machine today. 'Most' doesn't mean perfect and that they didn't need more experienced personnel.

Where, exactly, did I say it was 'perfect'?

And who is dumb enough to expect 'perfection' from anything involving 'man'?

Especially in a disaster zone?

Please cite one instance of 'perfection'. I'll wait.

Just 10 days prior to the explosion, the Obama administration’s regulators gave the oil rig a pass, and last year the Obama administration granted BP a National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) exemption for its drilling operation.

Badeye  posted on  2010-06-13   11:06:10 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#23. To: no gnu taxes (#21)

It was a political stunt and nothing else.

Yep. Just as these ridiculous comments we are reading from lucysmom and minggold are 'politically motivated'.

Its just BDS once more. NOt worth continuing to address.

Just 10 days prior to the explosion, the Obama administration’s regulators gave the oil rig a pass, and last year the Obama administration granted BP a National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) exemption for its drilling operation.

Badeye  posted on  2010-06-13   11:07:36 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#24. To: Badeye (#19)

Besides you confusing acts of congress banning Cuba interaction with executive orders waiving federal 'law', you don't have a clue as to logistics as it relates to katrina.

And only somebody that thinks Michael Moore is an expert on healthcare would suggest Cuban doctors expertise exceeds that of what the US Military provides in a crisis situation.

LOLOL I've worked with many excellent and competent Cuban doctors in California. You must think there are none in Florida. Most were not trained entirely in Cuba, infact many Cuban doctors were trained in the US, or where many, many US physicians are trained....Mexico City.

Making the world safe for United Fruit.

mininggold  posted on  2010-06-13   11:09:49 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#25. To: no gnu taxes (#12)

So was Castro gonna ship over fully equipped hospitals?

They managed to set up field hospitals in Haiti while other countries were still organizing their response.

lucysmom  posted on  2010-06-13   11:10:15 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#26. To: Badeye, A K A Stone (#23) (Edited)

Yep. Just as these ridiculous comments we are reading from lucysmom and minggold are 'politically motivated'.

Its just BDS once more. NOt worth continuing to address.

Here you go with your badmouthing again. Why don't you just dispute the facts instead? You will never find one statement from me putting any responsibility for the Katrina aftermath on Bush.

Making the world safe for United Fruit.

mininggold  posted on  2010-06-13   11:12:49 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#27. To: mininggold (#24)

Always boring when you assert things I didn't post. Always.

Just 10 days prior to the explosion, the Obama administration’s regulators gave the oil rig a pass, and last year the Obama administration granted BP a National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) exemption for its drilling operation.

Badeye  posted on  2010-06-13   11:13:33 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#28. To: lucysmom (#25)

We're talking a 72 hour period when Federal authorities we're in New Orleans to transfer patients anywhere for full medical care. They set up "field hospitals" in haiti because they don't have other options. We do.

no gnu taxes  posted on  2010-06-13   11:14:42 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#29. To: mininggold (#26)

Here you go with your badmouthing again.

(laughing)

You really want to 'go there'? Given what you post to me on a daily basis?

Even when its obvious I have you on the filter?

rotflmao. have a good day.

Just 10 days prior to the explosion, the Obama administration’s regulators gave the oil rig a pass, and last year the Obama administration granted BP a National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) exemption for its drilling operation.

Badeye  posted on  2010-06-13   11:14:52 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#30. To: Badeye (#19)

And only somebody that thinks Michael Moore is an expert on healthcare would suggest Cuban doctors expertise exceeds that of what the US Military provides in a crisis situation.

Didn't US military doctors have their hands full in Iraq and Afghanistan?

lucysmom  posted on  2010-06-13   11:16:40 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#31. To: Badeye (#29)

You really want to 'go there'? Given what you post to me on a daily basis?

Even when its obvious I have you on the filter?

rotflmao. have a good day.

I was supposed to be on your filter through Monday... what happened or was it just another lie? All the party goers must have left as yesterday was one boring day. You neocons can not even keep up with posting new threads by yourselves.

Making the world safe for United Fruit.

mininggold  posted on  2010-06-13   11:24:08 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#32. To: no gnu taxes (#28)

We're talking a 72 hour period when Federal authorities we're in New Orleans to transfer patients anywhere for full medical care.

Then I suppose Gore's private effort to air lift "270 patients from Charity Hospital in New Orleans on September 3 and 4, 2005" was totally unnecessary?

lucysmom  posted on  2010-06-13   11:29:27 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#33. To: lucysmom (#32)

Gore didn't provide the planes. We had the resources. he merely promised to pay for the flights as a favor to one of the doctors.

no gnu taxes  posted on  2010-06-13   11:43:31 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#34. To: no gnu taxes (#33)

We had the resources. he merely promised to pay for the flights as a favor to one of the doctors.

So then it was unnecessary? The doctor just wanted to take his patients on a little vacation.

lucysmom  posted on  2010-06-13   12:04:44 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#35. To: no gnu taxes (#0) (Edited)

Esquire is criticizing this article you posted.

http://www.esquire.com/news-politics/news/a7889/rush-limbaugh-racist- quotes-070710/

Good job

Here it is It's funny. When Glenn Beck said Obama had a "deep-seated hatred of white people," it became a talking point for months. But apparently that story line is worn out, or Limbaugh gets a free pass, or we're all — with the exception of Keith Olbermann — just too tired of these stupid and destructive arguments to work up the necessary umbrage. Or maybe it's that "defining deviancy down" argument moved from ghetto sociology to modern political psychology — if enough people say hateful things, hateful things begin to seem routine. And they are beginning to seem routine, as you can see from the statements of other "conservatives" here and here and here. Some even say he deliberately forced BP to spill oil in the Gulf of Mexico.

A K A Stone  posted on  2018-02-04   13:35:16 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#36. To: A K A Stone (#35)

Esquire is criticizing this article you posted.

http://www.esquire.com/news-politics/news/a7889/rush-limbaugh-racist- quotes-070710/

Good job

Well, thanks for your compliment.

Although, I can't understand why an almost 8 year old post is relevant now.

no gnu taxes  posted on  2018-02-04   17:44:02 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


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