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Obama's adminstration stonewalling oil spill investigation

by MeadowsMike on May 15, 2012   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


Did the Obama Administration sabotage BP's top-kill strategy in the gulf oil spill for political reasons? Easy question to answer if they would merely release their own documents in response to orders by various Judges. So what are they trying to hide?


http://www.americanthinker.com/2012/05/did_steven_chu_sabotage_bps_top_kill_effort_just_as_it_was_succeeding.html#ixzz1uuIr1qPF

", the administration has even refused to provide documents to senior investigator Richard Larabee, in a Department of the Interior (DoI) investigation, even though he is an employee of the executive branch. They are stonewalling investigations by all three branches of government. What are they trying to hide?"

"So the question before us is, did the administration deliberately sabotage BP's top kill efforts for political reasons? They were in the midst of trying to pass "Cap and Trade" legislation in the Senate so as to take control of the energy business through taxation and regulation and thereby promote their political crony capitalist allies in the "green energy" sector. If they have nothing to hide, they need to fully comply with the legal requests for documents from the various investigations in the executive, legislative and judicial branches of the government. Let the public know the whole truth. That's the least we should expect from the "most transparent administration in history."

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