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Saturday, May 29, 2010

Relief for the Gulf Oil Spill, Rush Limbaugh style


Our favorite conservative loser, Rush Limbaugh, is ranting lies, slander, and garbage about the Gulf oil spill. Hey, Rush, your southern republican states (Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama) were only following your radical right-wing energy policy for offshore oil drilling and it sure paid off handsomely.

Now that this man-made disaster has reached catastrophic proportions, let's test the true loyalty of the southern republicans and Rush Limbaugh cult followers. If you are true followers of Rush Limbaugh, then you must believe everything he says is correct and act accordingly.

Media Matters reports on Rush's insight on oil spills:
Limbaugh: "Mexico is still there" after Ixtoc 1 spill and "Exxon Valdez spill is cleaned up and everything is back to normal"


So you heard it form the big man himself, Rush Limbaugh. Nature is a powerful force and the greatest oil spills couldn't damage the earth to any significant degree. Nature will simply clean out the oil spills.

Let's all follow Rush's advice. Because nature will clean out the oil spill, let's abandon all efforts to contain and clean the Gulf oil spill. In fact, let's not bother trying to plug the oil leak. Let's listen to Rush.

But if you are going to waste your time and effort trying to contain and clean the Gulf oil spill that will be futile, let's at least do it Rush Limbaugh style. Rush came up with a devious scam a few years ago to supposedly help the U.S. soldiers deployed in Iraq.

Instead of giving $50 directly to the soldiers in Iraq, Rush came up with the adopt-a-soldier program. The scam victim gives the $50 to Rush Limbaugh directly and Rush keeps it, then Rush mails a copy of the Limbaugh letter to a soldier in Iraq.

I'm sure Rush can come up with a Rush Limbaugh Gulf spill relief effort. Instead of giving $50 directly to the relief and cleanup crews in the Gulf region, just give the $50 to Rush so he can keep it and send a copy of his Limbaugh letter to the crews working there. It may have some effect since paper can soak up some oil.

Boy, you Cajun conservatives are really screwed if you think your heroes like Rush are going to help you. Let that be a lesson to ya all.

Gulf oil spill breaks the record

Conservatives sure know how to set new records - for the worst. Sarah Palin's "Drill, Baby, Drill" and the Bush/Cheney regime to deregulate offshore drilling to dangerous and corrupt levels sure paid off well.

The Gulf oil spill has far surpassed the Exxon Valdez oil spill in 1989 to become the worst oil spill disaster in United States. The Valdez spilled an estimated 11 million gallons of oil and over 20 years later, the affected parts of Alaska are still damaged. The Deepwater Horizon Gulf oil spill has leaked 18 to 28 million gallons of oil so far, and continues to leak oil at staggering amounts. These are low estimates and some estimates place it around 40 million gallons of oil leaked.

And following reckless conservative ideals, the news only gets worse for the Southern Republicans. When the Exxon Valdez soaked Alaska, it wasn't catastrophic to the state as a whole. Alaska is by far the largest state in land area and coastlines, but the smallest state in population. So population density is staggeringly small and the oil spill couldn't devastate Alaska as a whole.

However, the Gulf oil spill is soaking or getting ready to soak Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama. Then Florida and Texas are secondary targets. The three prime target states, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama, have a much greater population density and a much smaller coastline compared to Alaska, so the Gulf oil spill will soak and destroy the entire coastlines of these states. Damages will be far greater than what happened to Alaska.

Excessive energy consumption. Reckless energy policies with total disregard for safety or the environment. Conservative values. You reap what you sow.









Monday, May 10, 2010

Gulf oil spill worsens, ready to surpass Exxon Valdez record oil spill

More worsening news for the deep south, so what else is new? The Gulf oil spill from the offshore drilling plant continues to leak record amounts of oil and is ready to surpass the 1989 Exxon Valdez disaster as the worst oil spill in U.S. history.

Oil has already reached the beaches of the Gulf states and will get worse.

Fisheries vital to the Gulf economy, food, and life are thoroughly destroyed.

Tourism is destroyed.






Way to go, conservatives. If you really hate and want to destroy the conservatives, the truth has finally been revealed. Let the Republicans take over and let them destroy their own ranks.

Offshore oil spill a real hazard to Gulf states
Red Republican states are hazardous death traps
Sailer's "Affordable Family Foundation" plan is bogus
Gas prices hurting rural red states the most
More gas price casualties for red rural states: Airports, Essential Volunteer Services, Road Maintenance
White Americans no longer a majority by 2042
Rush Limbaugh gets $400 million contract
Red States are hazardous to your children's health
Red State vs. Blue State battle: Suicide rates
Bush's and Republicans' former friend Saddam Hussein is executed

31 dead from Tennessee flooding, 5 dead from Oklahoma tornadoes

More troubles for the South and Midwest, so what else is new? The right-wingers say natural disasters in California are an act of God against the liberals. Then these far more worse and never-ending disasters in the South and Midwest are God's justified fury against the wretched conservatives.

31 confirmed dead in Tennessee flooding
And a lot more damage in injuries, suffering, misery, and destruction.








5 dead in Oklahoma tornado outbreak
This is just a preliminary report so the death tolls and suffering will surely increase.



Sunday, May 02, 2010

Tornado kills at least 10 in Mississippi

Tornadoes strike Mississippi last week, killing at least 10 people and injuring many more. Houses and buildings are destroyed, communities devastated, and damages amount to obscenely high amounts.




Another casualty of these kind of natural disasters is Steve Sailer's bogus affordable family foundation plan that red rural states are the best places to raise families.

Being a southern Republican, the news just keeps getting worse. Mississippi and neighbors have to deal with the massive Gulf oil spill from the Republican's hazardous offshore drilling plan.

Offshore oil spill a real hazard to Gulf states

Another nail in the coffin for the southern Republicans. As you know, the southern Republicans have been very fanatical about offshore oil drilling in the Gulf of Mexico. They have not been very receptive about environmental or safety dangers related to offshore drilling.






The truth has come out again and the Gulf states are paying a very costly price. The leaking oil from a ruptured underwater well in the Gulf of Mexico is causing a major catastrophe. It is expected to be worse than the record oil spill from the 1989 Exxon Valdez and is wrecking major havoc to the coastal communities of the Gulf states like Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida.

MSNBC: Gulf spill balloons, could move east

It's time to make the conservatives accountable again and again.

Media Matters: "Drill, baby, drill": Fox News' environmental catastrophe