28 / May
28 / May
Enough Blame To Go Around

Barack Obama began his first press conference in ten months by reminding Americans that British Petroleum is to blame for the ongoing oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. "As far as I'm concerned, BP is responsible for this horrific disaster, and we will hold them fully accountable on behalf of the United States as well as the people and communities victimized by this tragedy," the president explained. At several points thereafter, the 44th president insinuated that the 43rd president was to blame for the catastrophe sixteen months into his term. As if this wasn't enough confusion, President Obama explained: "And in case anybody wonders--in any of your reporting, in case you're wondering who's responsible, I take responsibility." Harry Truman said, "The buck stops here." Barack Obama says, "The buck stops everywhere but here."

posted at 12:59 AM
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That this socialist tool was elected President shows how crappy the Republican candidate was and how far our Republic has deteriorated.

Posted by: TIM on May 28, 2010 12:48 AM

I don't remember. Which administration relaxed regulations on the Oil companies?
And
Who specifically originated the statement "drill baby drill"?
Was it Obama?

Posted by: RC on May 31, 2010 11:37 AM
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