in the Gulf of Mexico?

WARNING: Pure speculation ahead…

Problem: News outlets are reporting heavily on a bi-partisan letter from representatives Gene Green (D-TX) and Charles Boustany (R-LA) calling for an end to the defacto drilling moratoium in the gulf and co-signed by 37 Democrats & Republicans.

Solution: Blow up another oil rig.

Purely coincidental, I’m sure.

How long has it been since an accident on any oil rig large enough to make headlines? Besides the BP Deepwater Horizon, I can think of none in recent memory. Now we have two catastrophic explosions in the time-frame of a few months, one of which occurred one year after receiving a safety award from the Obama regime and being included in the top three for a Pollution Prevention Award from the Interior Department’s Minerals Management Service scheduled to be awarded a month or so after the explosion…

and the lords of irony smiled.

Is this the beginning of a new truther movement?

If it is true, all I can say is, thank God we have a man of action in the Oval Orifice who knows how to identify an enemy and take decisive action against it.

If only he could identify the right enemy.

Texas Congressional Representative Joe Barton apologized yesterday to BP for the Obama regime’s shakedown tactics in demanding a 20 billion dollar trust slush fund to be used to deal with the damages caused by the oil spill in the Gulf fund the corrupt regime’s political machine and groups such as  SEIU and ACORN. Barton then offered another apology for the use of the term shakedown when referring to the negotiations that brokered the down payment on reparations gutless, thieving, underhanded, conniving, strong arm methods the Obama regime is using to line the pockets of those in political favor without so much as a legal hearing or court order.

Please allow me to be the first to apologize for the Representative’s apology. Not the first apology mind you, which was wholly appropriate in my opinionated opinion, but the second apology that was offered just five hours after the first. Congressman Barton was absolutely correct when he characterized El Presidente’s handling of the matter and should retract his second apology or at the very least, apologize for it. That being the second apology and not the first.

On a personal note, I apologize for any confusion this whole ordeal may have caused, and assure you that the responsible parties have been sacked.

Now back to our regularly scheduled programming, already in progress, but delayed just enough for you to miss the most important piece of the plot set-up, and thus making the rest of the film quite confusing.

Again, my sincere apologies.

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May 2022