Could it be this easy?

According to these two good ol’ boys, it is just this simple.  I have been wondering why the feds have not been bombing the coast with hay to soak this stuff up as soon as this oil started to show up close to shore.  Just imagine the government buying hay from all over the US, loading it up on C-17s, C-130s and even C-5s, and dumping this on the slick.  This would make the oil easy to pic up and the hay/oil mix could be burned in power plants as fuel.   Could it be this easy?  If so, why isn’t “The ‘Bama” doing it?  Answer, he is weak and ineffectual.  Click the pic for the demonstration and make up your own mind.

Do like Rahm says!!!!

  1. #1 by Rick L. on 06/04/2010 - 6:50 pm

    Looks like these two guys just might have something that would help clean up that disastrous oil leak in the gulf. They ought to just get a few boats and go out and do it and worry about getting paid for their efforts later. I’m sure there are enough Americans left that would gladly give as much free hay or straw or whatever was needed to help as long as the lame stream media would report what was actually being done and what was needed. I mean, it’s a free ocean and how could they make matters any worse? As many people and solutions that can be used to clean up that mess, the sooner the better. I believe hurricane season is just around the corner and we don’t have any time to waste. This oil disaster if not addressed immediately can destroy the entire fishing industry in the gulf and work its way up the east coast of the United States. Our administration should have had enough sense to realize what a huge national disaster this is and done everything in their power to start cleaning it up no matter how much oil is still leaking at the time and stop worrying whose to blame and whose going to pay for what. This is a very serious situation and this entire administration needs to get their head out of you know what and handle this country like their supposed to. President Obama should just stay in the White House and continue listening to Paul Mc Cartney and Jerry Seinfeld and stop all the PR crap pretending like he really cares and understands the immensity of the situation. Oh, I forgot he had to go to an important dinner while he was there, excuse me.
    I have my own thoughts which are only speculative on the cause of this disaster but it’s no matter now. This situation needs a lot of immediate attention, as our economy and the livelihood of thousands of people depend on it.

  2. #2 by Rick L. on 06/10/2010 - 8:49 am

    Remember; “don’t let a good crisis go to waste”, words right out of Rahm Emanuel’s mouth. The exact times and dates are irrelevant but since late 2008 is it a coincidence that the Obama administration has committed $10+ billion in a Chilean oil company (Protrobus) for oil exploration and George Soros (Obama’s Oil Man) has been buying and selling millions of dollars of stock at the most opportune time in BP, Conoco Phillips and Protrobus for profit. Then investing millions in Ethanol Microbe development, and now we have this catastrophic oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico? During Obama’s platform he ran on, he said he will raise the price of gasoline and wanted to stop off shore drilling and promote green jobs and energy. Well, here you go, and Obama has let this disaster run its course. Why was no one allowed near that site in the beginning? What was being hidden? What is being hidden? Something just doesn’t seem quite kosher (was that a politically correct word to use or just me using a word that seemed kosher)? It’s a real shame that one is dis-trustful of their government, but there have been huge disasters that just too many facts after the fact the lame stream media overlook’s and they just get swept under the carpet that leads me to think like a conspirator at times. Is it being a conspirator or do things just too blatantly add up? It’s a guarantee that the Obama administration is working on some kind of a scheme for the oil companies and the tax payers because of this oil leak. With new regulation on off shore drilling the cost will prove to out weigh any potential gains and some companies will move out. It will prove in a matter of time that the Gulf of Mexico and its coastline will be un-useable for decades as this oil is saturating the coastline, wetlands and sea bed. Not to mention the dangerous chemicals that are being used to supposedly help clean up that mess. I’m just speculating here but this money making scheme has gotten bigger than expected and we have a disaster that will ultimately affect the entire earth. The people that are profiting off this catastrophic event had better enjoy their money while they can.

  3. #3 by Ingeborg Mcglothlen on 08/27/2010 - 11:34 pm

    You need to add a retweet button to your blog. I just “liked” this post, but had to do it manually. Just my $.02 🙂

    • #4 by conservativeamericanvet on 08/28/2010 - 4:01 pm

      I thought I did. I will recheck my settings. Did you click in the main article title to get just the article? I think the button appears there…
      Thank you

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