Mr. President: with all due respect, you have to get involved, sir. The priorities and timeline of an oil company are not the same as the public’s. You cannot outsource the cleanup and the responsibility and the trust to BP and expect that the legitimate interests of Americans adversely affected by this spill will somehow be met.Boom! taste my nightstick!
My beloved Stealth, phantom president is showing you POTUS44 what to do! How to be a competent CEO of the United States of America...
Please, sir, for the sake of the Gulf residents, reach out to experts who have experience holding oil companies accountable. I suggested a few weeks ago that you start with Alaska’s Department of Natural Resources, led by Commissioner Tom Irwin. Having worked with Tom and his DNR and AGIA team led by Marty Rutherford, I can vouch for their integrity and expertise in dealing with Big Oil and overseeing its developments. We’ve all lived and worked through the Exxon-Valdez spill. They can help you. Give them a call.I order you, POTUS44, call my beloved Stealth, phantom president. Ask Anita Dunn what happen to Republican and Democrat governors who ignore and misunderestimated Sarah Palin. Ask Tina Fey how gracious she is even to critics.
Or, what the heck, give me a call.Sarah Palin has IT, POTUS44, you don't. What is IT?
Wisdom! Wisdom! Wisdom!
And, finally, Mr. President, please do not punish the American public with any new energy tax in response to this tragedy. Just because BP and federal regulators screwed up that doesn’t mean the rest of us should get punished with higher taxes at the pump and attached to everything petroleum products touch.
- Sarah Palin
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