Thanks a lot BP.
Tar balls from oil spill found on Bolivar coastline
By HARVEY RICE and PURVA PATEL
UPDATE: It’s hitting all Gulf states.
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Since according to Perry, this spill was an "Act of God" – perhaps we could use some of his excellent hair to help mop it up. I'm not a huge "Daily Show" fan, but I think Mr. Stewart stated it best, God saw fit to put miles of dirt, rock, and sediment between us and the oil, it was man's great idea to bring it to the surface. We have nobody to blame but ourselves for this one, and certainly not God.
Mike H. says
Anonymous: Wow, I was going to say something along the lines of Gov. Perry's "Act of God" comment. So, I guess Gulf residents should enjoy those "divine" tar balls.
He's such an embarrassment.
Ruth Cook says
The one act of God is the enormous methane deposit they hit that can blow up like a volcano and sink all ship in the area causing a tsunami on the Gulf coast. (I read this is a petro industry publication and it sounds possible.)
Yep, the bowout could get a lot worse, before it gets better!