18 Sep '11, 5pm

Report Finds BP Ultimately Responsible For Gulf Oil Spill:

Great, another report deeming them responsible. How about prosecuting these bastards for wanton ignorance; ultimate arrogance; criminal negligence and just about anything else I can think of for these murderous bastards. They have murdered the Gulf and just about every other place they drill and that's not counting their complicity in the commission of the deaths and eradication of the many species generic to the area. Of course we don't hear about the people who have died from the related diseases generated through the harvesting of oil or the fracking process; or who are terminally ill because of the aerial contaminants and the contamination of the aquifers. These jokers need to be prosecuted; convicted; and sentenced to the maximum in years of sentence in gen pop in a regular prison; forget the white collar country clubs. That's too good for them. Forgive me if I sound ...

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