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    Lets start a conspiracy on the Gulf oil disaster.

    1) did environmentalist wacko's or terrorists cause the explosion..?

    2) can we trust what were being told by the news media?

    3) why is Obama sending... Swat teams?

    4) is the government taking over the oil industry?

    5) does Obama like seafood?

    It's a start... :confused:
     
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    What.. no one like conspiracies here..?
     
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    I blame Bush.
     
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    the oil platform had pre-placed explosives imbedded in it's concrete core.
     
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    BP CEO Hayward is Blaming Someone Else

    BP CEO Tony Hayward’s first reaction to the Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico that killed 11 men, was shock. Then anger. And then another, somewhat less noble, emotion.

    “How could the hell could this happen?” were his exact words in a CNN interview that aired Wednesday. Hayward then did what any self-respecting CEO trying to preserve his company’s image would do, he blamed someone else.

    The responsibility for safety on the drilling rig is Transocean. It is their rig, their equipment, their people, their systems, their safety processes. The systems’ processes on a drilling rig are the accountability of the drilling rig company.

    Hayward isn’t totally throwing Transocean (RIG) under the bus here, as he’s technically correct. The $600 million oil rig is Transocean’s. BP was leasing it from the company for some $500,000 a day. Most of the people on the rig were Transocean people.

    But Hayward knows that the public wants — and needs — answers. Lawmakers do, too. They want someone to hold accountable and Hayward can’t let BP become the primary target. BP isn’t going to get out of this unharmed, by any means. But Hayward will try to lessen the damage to BP in two ways: spend the estimated $6 million a day to make sure the oil leaking from its well doesn’t make it to shore; and push the “Transocean is accountable” line as often as possible.

    The best case scenario for BP? When the public sees images of the clean-up effort, they think of BP — and when they see images of the rig explosion and the subsequent oil slick, they think of Transocean. Given BP’s ubiquity and Transocean’s relative public anonymity, though, that’s likely a pipe dream.
     
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    Due to the Icelandic volcano, the demand for aviation fuel dropped, causing the supply of oil to increase. This caused the oil futures prices to drop. British Petroleum blew up the platform themselves, in order to reduce the supply and drive the prices back up.

    That's my story, and I'm sticking with it. Unless, of course, someone comes up with a photo of Godzilla blowing it up. Or that it had an Invisicrete core.
     
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    I have wondered about those first four questions myself. Obama never did really want offshore drilling. Now he has the perfect "out." Will we be paying $6. a gallon for gas, soon?? I do not trust this regime.....:eek: Soon he will have this country right where he wants it.....totally dependent on the government. Power and control.
     
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    with help from Cheney/Rove and the weather machine
    lol
     
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    Kinspearissy. Hmmmmmmmmm
    OK.
    Alciaduh was told by the shadow govt to take the thing down and make damn sure the Gulfs ecosystem was destroyed forever.
    This gets rid of the tree huggers.Then Big Oil will have a wide open, unregulated shot of drilling the whole place like a 50 year old pin cushion.
    The oil and /or natural gas will be used to pay back your debts to China.

    Continue........
     
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    a drone painted like an american airlines jet was flown the drilling platform.

    we all know that no steel structure has ever collapsed from fires.
     

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