Gulf of Mexico standoff: Exxon, U.S. battle over big find

Aug 22, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Houston Chronicle

Oil companies are once again squaring off with government regulators in the Gulf of Mexico.

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Dwight Baker

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Aug 23, 2011
 
A sour note sung from a new song!
By Dwight Baker
8/23/11
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Big oil has been getting their way since it was discovered in Bradford Penn years ago and that market that provided the energy for man to light the night was developed by John D Rockefeller. Yes he was the one that took over running the entire show more by crook than hook.

A few politicians stood up to him from time to time but not many. But with the mega bucks that flowed up to John D that stuck in his pocket allowed him to buy man beast and what ever he liked at his liking. He was the mega oil producer refiner and distributor in the Western Hemisphere while the Rothschild’s ruled over the rest of the world. They have had their way singing their song for years but when BP showed their ignorance with arrogance all hell broke loose.

The present department in our Federal Government was changed dismantled and some were fired. The practice had been before and to some degree are still are --- BIG OIL can demand and we the regulators will submit. The songs before sang for the regulators went a bit like this What ever your evil soul desires we will provide, sex, drugs, endless vacations, chump change in any denominations.

But now that sour note has been sung from that new song and seems all has been wrong from the get go.

Now the big question is Will Exxon Mobil get their way?

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Let the government have it so they take it and give it to Brazil and loan them another billion to remove it, process it, and then sell it back to us!

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