Rodney Martin

Norton, TX

#1 Aug 8, 2010
The oil in the Gulf of Mexico is a minor, temporary irritant and may benefit fish and wildlife in years to come.

We need to stay focused on our energy needs today. There is a real danger that overreacting to this accident will cause oil shortages in the near future.
Anon

AOL

#2 Aug 8, 2010
Rodney Martin wrote:
The oil in the Gulf of Mexico is a minor, temporary irritant and may benefit fish and wildlife in years to come.
We need to stay focused on our energy needs today. There is a real danger that overreacting to this accident will cause oil shortages in the near future.
Have any credible proof/sourcings to back your timely "temporary irritant" propaganda BS??

Do you live or do business in the Gulf Coast impact zone??

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