This makes every lie BP tells obstruction of justice from this point on. A good start. Next step, in my opinion: seize all their US operations, right now. Make them pay, right now, the royalty on the oil we already know has been leaking. Pin them to the wall.
Of course not, because they're a corporate front organization. You don't go against the family, ever. And besides, its candidates, like Rand Paul, are too busy fretting about the injustice of discrimination being illegal to care.
But famous whoremonger David Vitter bravely stood up for BP today. Against his constituents. What a guy. "What? Someone did something awful to my constituents? And I'm a Republican? Who is this fine organization I must defend now?" It's particularly brave of him when you consider his own dad was a petroleum engineer and, in an earlier time, might have been among those killed on the rig because of BP's negligence. What a noble, noble man, sticking up for the underdog.
Or maybe when he was with prostitutes, he was only associating with his own kind.
"Eternity in the company of Beelzebub, and all of his hellish instruments of death, will be a picnic compared to five minutes with me & this pencil." --E. Blackadder, 1789 Questionable
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