What would you have Obama do about the BP oil spill?
I have read so many threads that Obama isn’t doing anything. If he goes down to the oil sites it’s because he is “maintaining his image.” If he doesn’t go down to the spill site it’s because he “doesn’t care.” What would you have him do? So many are claiming he is not doing anything so I would like to hear what he should be doing and why. While I understand that questions like these give people the opportunity to show off their clever linguist satirical skills regarding politicians they dislike I would prefer it if we had well thought out answers please.
Asked By: DChem73 - 6/14/2010
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Take over BP. Commondeer all the equipment and tankers he needs from the other oil companies
Answered By: Dave87gn - 6/14/2010
The oil spill is a national catastrophe... What should the president do in time of national catastrophe?
Answered By: Blueprint for Change - 6/14/2010
he cant do anything about it, because he is a dumbass.
Answered By: jonny - 6/14/2010
I wouldn't care if he got a big straw and SUCKED the oil up...he's still just a poser!
Answered By: M&T - 6/14/2010
Its kinda hard to do something about it when there is a mentally challenged baboon in the white house
Answered By: Slim Shady - 6/14/2010
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Answered By: RockIt - 6/14/2010
Lead, follow,or get the hell out of the way
Answered By: jim020347 - 6/14/2010
Pr. Obama should plug it with his big ego.
Answered By: kalafragelistic - 6/14/2010
Not play golf so much. Pull strings to get all the skimmers around in there working.
Answered By: my 6th account - 6/14/2010
He should stop preventing the usual cleanup and containment measures.
Answered By: Peace through blinding force - 6/14/2010
Well the first thing I would have him do is waive the Jones law and let the many ships and professionals from other countries that have offered help come in and HELP... More
Answered By: warren v - 6/14/2010
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