June 09, 2010

Blob Seeks to Envelope BP

No, we're not talking about the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. We're talking about quarter-ton half-wit Rosie O'Donnell, calling for the U.S. government seizure of BP.

What good is the Constitution and Bill of Rights, or foreign policy, anyway? Just declare this foreign-based multi-national an enemy of the state, Rosie, and be done with it.

Hugo Chavez would be so proud...

Posted by Confederate Yankee at June 9, 2010 10:04 AM

its unbelievable what a know nothing retard she is.

siezing bp? she would be seizing the assets of millions of pensioners in brittian, it is brittians main pension asset. that would cause thier pension system to implode leaving millions of old people in england destitute.

and we might as well shred the constitution and just stop pretending it means anything at that point

Posted by: rumcrook¾ at June 9, 2010 10:53 AM

Perhaps someone can find a way to cap Rosie, and stop *her* from gushing....

Posted by: arb at June 9, 2010 11:37 AM

Percentage of bp shares owned per region

UK 40%
US 39%
Rest of Europe 10%
Rest of World 7%
Miscellaneouse 4%

Rosie is for sure a quarter-ton half-wit. I still wouldn't put is past Obama to expropriate bp, then call in his buddies from the Iranian Revolutionary Guard to nuke the well with one of their new build devices, then finish off the mission by bringing in James Cameron and his Hollywood special effects team to plug hole spewing radioactive crude.

Posted by: Jimmy Mac at June 9, 2010 11:41 AM
"Seize their assets today. ... Call it socialism, call it communism, call it anything you want."

Okay, I'll call it what it is: THEFT! and VIOLATION OF DUE PROCESS!

Posted by: MikeM at June 9, 2010 08:48 PM
“Three days after the explosion of the Deepwater Horizon in the Gulf of Mexico, the Dutch government offered to help.

It was willing to provide ships outfitted with oil-skimming booms, and it proposed a plan for building sand barriers to protect sensitive marshlands.

The response from the Obama administration and BP, which are coordinating the cleanup: “The embassy got a nice letter from the administration that said, ‘Thanks, but no thanks,’” said Geert Visser, consul general for the Netherlands in Houston.

Apparently, so did Norway.
The excuse is that foreign ships are not permitted to do this type work in U.S. waters, due to the union protecting federal Jones Act. Oddly, after Katrina George Bush suspended the Jones Act to permit foreign vessels to aid in the recovery effort.
For want of a union, we lost a Gulf. Posted by: Neo at June 10, 2010 11:27 AM

Stuff Rosie into the well. Win Win solution.

Posted by: Fat Man at June 10, 2010 11:59 AM

This is the ignoramus who thought fire had never melted steel in the history of the world. Why would anybody with half a brain listen to anything she says?

Posted by: RebeccaH at June 10, 2010 12:22 PM

The BP company went all out from the beginning to stop the oil leak.The Pres went all out visiting and telling all how great he is until he was told he had a big stake in that oil flow and he better get his ass down there.

He didn`t need the helpless and disorganized Home Security bunch.He could have just ordered the Core of Engineers to put up dikes etc.They have had tears of experience putting up dikes along the Miss,River.But again BO was evidently trying to build a case blaiming BOand inadvertently got swept up by all that black goo.

Posted by: John Calomiris at June 10, 2010 04:00 PM