If the Obama administration was for real, and trying to help get the oil spill contained as soon as possible, the last thing its attorney general would be doing is threatening a lawsuit. A lawsuit is not going to stop the oil, and creating a distraction can only make people at BP start directing their attention toward covering themselves, instead of covering the oil well.
If and when the attorney general finds that BP did something illegal, that will be time enough to start a lawsuit. But making a public announcement at this time accomplishes absolutely nothing substantive. It is just more political grandstanding.
This is not about oil. This is about snake oil. Â More>>
IF you still doubt President Obama is trying to do too many things and is giving short shrift to the most important ones, consider this pathetic scene at the Copenhagen airport. It was Friday, and the president went to Denmark to make his pitch for the Chicago Olympics.
His masters voice…
Before Air Force One took off for home, Obama met with Gen. Stanley McChrystal. Our commander in Afghanistan was summoned from London and got 25 minutes of face time with the commander-in-chief.
Perhaps that’s why the offer of $1.5 billion in aid was “peanuts,” and thus offensive: how can you carry out some quality graft with that little to work with?”Billions ofÂ U.S. aid to Pakistan diverted, India concerned,” by Kevin Jess forÂ Digital Journal, October 5
Not much. By the looks of their fliers theyÂ haven’tÂ come across a terrorist they don’t like to this very day.
Notice anyone missing? No wonder they were caught flat-footed on 9/11. And as the outrageously greatÂ Kathy ShaidleÂ points out, they could put out the same flyer today, for all the notice they have taken of the global Islamic jihad.