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Sessions, Shelby show links to Big Oil, a

There are 4 comments on the Decatur Daily story from May 15, 2010, titled Sessions, Shelby show links to Big Oil, a. In it, Decatur Daily reports that:

In congressional hearings last week on the Gulf oil spill, Alabamaa s senators condemned the incident and called for change.

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Since: Mar 08

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#1 May 15, 2010
now this post topic is just over the top!! singling out senators and congresspersons who have links to big oil is stupidity at its worst!! for starters our president has very strong links to big oil!! a lot of sens and reps have links to big oil!! it's called political contributions flowing into their coffers from big oil!! need to drop this whitewash unless you can document and reveal to the public what nefarious deeds exist!! cannot use the vote record because there are far more than 2 who cast their vote on any legislation!! and if in fact they condemned the incident in hearings last week that is to their credit!! further - obama condemned the incident as well!! need to revise the soundbytes and rise from the bottom-feeder pool!! we do not need media dressing up the pig!!

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Since: Nov 08


#2 Jul 16, 2010
Sure Shelby and Sessions ahve links to big oil. Just like Bush they have links to the Middle East oil sheiks, war profiteering, illegal aliens, Iran-CONtra, the Tea Party, Haliburton, and ties to all defense CONtractors lining their pockets.
They're such good americans.
Wake up foolz and vote them crooks out!
Possum Souffle

Deer Park, TX

#3 Jul 16, 2010
Is there an animal known as "Little Oil"? Got to love the way media characterizes businesses.

Huntsville, AL

#4 Jul 16, 2010
Just as prisoners learn the ropes after awhile inside, so do Washington politicians. Does anyone out there still believe they are up there serving the working people of this country because of their caring hearts and empathy for the country? No! They are up there living off the government/taxpayer teat, working hard to make as many millions as possible before they retire with their pensions and healthcare. Listening to constituents and passing law is something they are REQUIRED to do while there. I say throw them ALL out and let's start over! Also, we should have term limits all the way up to the Supreme Court!My opinion.

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