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White House Oval Office Address Obama Oil Spill – Roachenator Slayer Special 37

Posted on July 02, 2010 by bp complaints

Chris Matthews, Keith Olbermann and Howard Fineman react to President Obama’s Oval Office Address on the oil spill. Here are the highlights of what the trio said: Olbermann: “It was a great speech if you were on another planet for the last 57 days.” Matthews compared Obama to Carter. Olbermann: “Nothing specific at all was said.” Matthews: “No direction.” Howard Fineman: “He wasn’t specific enough.” Olbermann: “I don’t think he aimed low, I don’t think he aimed at all. It’s startling.” Howard Fineman: Obama should be acting like a “commander-in-chief.” Matthews: Ludicrous that he keeps saying [Secretary of Energy] Chu has a Nobel prize. “I’ll barf if he does it one more time.” Matthews: “A lot of meritocracy, a lot of blue ribbon talk.” Matthews: “I don’t sense executive command.” For cool people only \m/ BARACK OILBAMA uses oil spill as an excuse to push extreme far left wing politics “In the same way that our view of our vulnerabilities and our foreign policy was shaped profoundly by 9/11, indelibly by 9/11. I think this disaster is going to shape how we think about the environment and energy for many years to come. And one of the biggest leadership challenges for me going forward is going to be to make sure that we draw the right lessons from this disaster and that we move forward in a bold way in a direction that finally gives us the kind of future-oriented — or the kind of visionary energy policy that we so vitally need and has been absent for so long. … [N]ow is

Youtube will only broadcast the 1st 10 minutes of this 16 minute interview. To see the entire interview with this Transocean Horizon Explosion Survivor please go to www.drillingahead.com You can also view our discussion at www.drillingahead.com
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Obama’s Oval Office address on the Gulf oil spill 0

Posted on June 17, 2010 by bp complaints

Obama’s Oval Office address on the Gulf oil spill
Text of President Barack Obama’s Oval Office address Tuesday on the Gulf oil spill, as transcribed by CQ Transcriptions:
Read more on AP via Yahoo! News

President focuses federal role in Oval Office speech 0

Posted on June 17, 2010 by bp complaints

President focuses federal role in Oval Office speech
President Obama vowed Tuesday that economic victims of the Gulf oil spill will be reimbursed and a plan created “to restore the unique beauty and bounty of this region.”
Read more on USA Today

Robert Gibbs Answers Your Questions on the Oil Spill after President Obama’s Oval Office Address 0

Posted on June 15, 2010 by bp complaints

Ed. Note: For more information on Federal response resources, volunteer opportunities, and assistance for those in affected areas visit WhiteHouse.gov/Deepwater-BP-Oil-Spill.

This evening at 8 p.m. EDT, President Obama will address the Nation about the disaster in the Gulf and the road ahead. This comes after the end of a two-day trip through Mississippi, Alabama and Florida, all states affected by the oil spill.

Across the country, many have questions about how this disaster happened — and what’s being done to make things right. To better understand what people want to know, we are offering a way for anyone to vote on questions about the oil spill or submit their own. After the President finishes, Robert Gibbs, the White House Press Secretary, will answer some of the most popular questions.

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You can get started right now by heading over to YouTube.com/WhiteHouse.

And at 8pm, the President’s address and the follow-up Q&A with Robert Gibbs will be streamed live there and at WhiteHouse.gov/live.

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