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  1. over 13 years ago on Joel Pett

    what about the other leak? you know, ship hits derick, pipe breaks. or the busted pipeline in michigan. or the average leak per day that is poisining our eco system with toxins like benzene, the gift that keeps giving- for generations.

    ””“Coughing up blood is among horrors that eyewitnesses are reporting in south Louisiana where BP medics diagnose the sudden widespread, burning, itching skin, lesions and marks as “scabies” or staph and government health focus on “stress” and mental condition of millions of people poisoned with what scientists report is 11 times more lethal than crude oil toxins now in Gulf and coastal water and air.”“”

    ʻʻʻʻʻPhoto: Project Gulf Impact / IntelHub Micha Walsh was a Gulf Coast volunteer in Grand Isle, Louisiana for four weeks. She then received a heavy toxic exposure during a 3-hour trip research team trip to Barataria Bay.

    Walsh explains being unprepared for what she saw that day the team went out to collect water samples. Walsh would not be alone in thinking the she would not witness what she did. Mainstream news is blanketing the world with reports that clean-up workers cannot find oil. Walsh explained that the Barataria Bay area of south Louisiana where she went with the team is heavily oiled.

    One of those researchers was soon coughing up blood. ʻʻʻʻʻʻ

  2. over 13 years ago on Michael Ramirez

    I actually agree with the libertatian. the left was feral to have a end to the wars. to go against that is tantamount to political suicide. yet here we are. It gives me a fear that we are not privy to some greater tactical truth to the war in Afghanistan. forestalling armed conflict between india and pakistan? keeping a standing army right on the ground gives plenty of disincentive to stir the pot. I want withdrawal, but not at the cost of a region collapsing into chaos. ww3 will be ignited by india and pakistan if it comes at all, followed by a cascade of conflicts across the middle east and following into north african continent, such that most nations with available resources will be pulled in to police the conflicts and establish new hegemonies through these alliances.

    not good. especially with supplies coming from china, north Korea, and god knows where else, we are looking at a protracted land war with ever present threat of nuclear exchange. then again, that could be the plan. shuffle the deck.

  3. over 13 years ago on Ted Rall

    and the links.

  4. over 13 years ago on Ted Rall

    how do you get the pictures in?

  5. over 13 years ago on Ted Rall

    /I-would-like-to-thank-all-those-who-made-this-possible./_Life-may-suck-but-these-little-things-make-it-a-little-less-of-something-I-just-wish-would-end-soon

    cute.

  6. over 13 years ago on Dana Summers

    churchill is right about bp getting rubber stamped. but part of that is rulings that have been systematically gutted by the corporate hogs in office.

  7. over 13 years ago on Dana Summers

    peter thats a bull//// account. check your facts. from the first international help was on the way. two offers of solvents where turned down because of how dangerous they where, and it took awhile for some ships to get there. from norway. I get real tired of that bleeep line.

  8. over 13 years ago on ViewsAmerica

    next to the toaster. confirmed. http://www.gocomics.com/signewilkinson/2010/07/26/

  9. over 13 years ago on Signe Wilkinson

    nah. theyʻre hiding in the fridge.

  10. over 13 years ago on Dan Wasserman

    puff puff. cough. done ranting. upset at leaving paradise next week. iʻd rather farm in hawaii than grunt work in jersey.