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[ Infographic ] BP’s Sustainability Report

April 1st, 2011

via [ Andrew Sullivan ]

BP didn’t think it important to include [the 2010 Deepwater Horizon spill] in the report because, according to the fine print, there’s been “no accurate determination” of how much oil actually leaked into the Gulf of Mexico. And so because there’s no exact measure, they didn’t think they should include it.

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  1. Matt Balitewicz
    April 5th, 2011 at 00:22 | #1

    This is a perfect opportunity for the President to use his bully pulpit and absolutely berate BP. But, you need that cash to feed that Jones.

  2. paul kane
    April 10th, 2011 at 23:21 | #2

    I find it weird that your banner, Thomas, shows Bush as the evil genius in the background. Still flogging the GOP, are we? EVerything still the Republicans fault.

    Matt, did you forget that Obama is very much on BP’s side here? Oh wait, only Republicans are bad. Sorry. I keep forgetting. Must remember my liberal mantras.

  3. April 11th, 2011 at 00:41 | #3

    I realize it must to be pretty weird for someone who doesn’t live in East Chicago. In East Chicago, we actually live under the plume of BP, the largest inland refinery in the country which is also piping in the TAR SANDS. The Graphics displays how that occurred. Mayor Pabey, is a DEMOCRAT, and is presently waiting sentencing for other activities he was convicted on. Up in Da Region we are well aware of what the Democrats can and are doing. This place has been Democrat since industry colonized it. I suppose when Pabey is sentence or when a new Mayor is elected this May I ought to find a better way to express my concerns. But you are right this is NOT an issue limited to the Republicans and we need to draw a more accurate picture of how Obama and the Democrats are involved in OIL and perhaps this election will be a good time for the Democrats to split.

  4. Matt Balitewicz
    April 11th, 2011 at 11:58 | #4

    Paul,
    I’m in no way giving Obama a pass. His presidency, which I supported whole-heartedly, has by and large been a disappointment.

    Thomas is correct. East Chicago is truly a colony now. Our resources and the profits derived from them are exported elsewhere. Elsewhere can be Crown Point, St. John or London and Brussels.

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