Flummoxed congress?

 

Quote  "Evasive BP CEO leaves Congress flummoxed"

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/37762500/ns/business-us_business

I had to google the definition of flummoxed. It’s a neat word isn’t it. So my question is, what’s new in Congress? It seems to me they are pretty much always bewildered, confounded and confused.  What a show!  Let’s get rid of the whole bunch this fall. The grandstanding SOBs might make good oil mops if we want to get rid of a few sooner than election day. I wonder how many gallons we could get in Waxman’s nostrils. Oh that’s bad. Forgive me please. It must be the old nature rearing it’s ugly head. There is a lot of that going around these days. There is no excuse for talk like that but heck, load ’em up anyway and take ’em to the beach.  We’ll be better off letting them soak up oil than posturing for re-election by their asinine appeal to the anti-BP sentiment going around now.

The coach use to say don’t take your eye off the ball. That’s good advice people. This is indeed a tragedy for the gulf and for the many people directly affected. It is not unprecedented. The gulf and it’s people and wildlife will recover. As a country we may not unless we change the directions of this administration and it’s spineless house and senate. Do not be distracted by the populace rhetoric of the day. Your common sense vote is needed!

j

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About jingeorgia

Searching high and low no matter where i go it always seems the same: shades of grey. Or, was that gray?
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11 Responses to Flummoxed congress?

  1. john says:

    common sensecommon loonflies awayno sensegot lost capitol hillsenseless chatterugh… you be therekick em out… all

  2. Beth says:

    To be quite honest, I am disgusted with all faces I am seeing on TV at this time. I just got my new voter registration card in the mail this week so I am all set to help clean house.

  3. john says:

    ya know it would be nice to get some real democrats in thereget rid of the phony marxists

  4. -Grumps- says:

    Seems to me that flummoxing the public, regardless be it big business CEO’s, government officials to whichever party, country, or level of government one cares to consider is what these blowhards do best. The blame game for accountability will be played out on a chess board wherein small business and wildlife will be the dispensable pawns. Shyte runs downhill. Always has and seem as though always will.At this point, would be nice to see ‘ALL’ consideration to stopping the leak!Ciao Fer Now

  5. Kuskulana says:

    Funny writing my friend.In my opinion, we will never recover, not everBut then I only have the experience of the Exxon Valdez oil spill,Alaska will never be the same :(Blame isn\’t the end all either.Yes fire them all, but then who will step up?You?Me?I think not.Lot\’s of stuff to think aboutGood blog

  6. ··¤ SETH says:

    People who get caught iddling in a HUMMER, in any drivethru less than 1/4 mile from their home, should be publicly flogged with an OILED switch.

  7. ··¤ SETH says:

    LOL It\’s gonna be REAL interesting to watch where the "circle" breaks first. You got your consumers addicted to oil, the oil companies addicted to their profits, the government addicted to the tax revenues, and everybody seems to be waiting to see who\’s gonna make the next move. Here\’s the only logical solution I see: PISS OFF THE CONSUMERS TILL THEY DON\’T WANNA PLAY THE GAME ANYMORE, SINCE ALL THEY DO IS LOSE.

  8. ··¤ SETH says:

    Sorry, but the deepwater adventures of big oil are their own doing. I am perfectly happy to pay 2 or 3 cents more per gallon gasoline if that means restricting drilling to places where it can be done safely. As far as the distribution of legal blame among the three companies, there is little point in speculating. We need merely wait and the courts will decide.

  9. ··¤ SETH says:

    The simple fact is, these sloppy, ill-prepared practices are business as usual for this industry. BP got unlucky. This should be no surprise given that these companies are in business to make money, not save the planet. That\’s presumably why we have the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, and others to regulate these industries so they act responsibly.

  10. ··¤ SETH says:

    Therefore, the blame for this mess has to fall to the federal oversight and that pulls MMS to the forefront. If it turns out they were merely following the statutes, then they are off the hook and blame falls to the administration and Congress.

  11. ··¤ SETH says:

    Uuugh!

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