Jun
24
2010

Pensacola Beach closed due to Obamaspill.

Yes. Yes, this ‘big government, federal override of the states’ thing is working out ever so well.

Heckuva job there, Barry.

A popular section of Pensacola Beach has been closed because of oil that washed ashore there.

Government officials closed about a quarter-mile section of Casino Beach on Thursday. Thick pools of oil washed ashore there Wednesday.

Via Gateway Pundit, via Instapundit. But never fear: the White House in on the case!

…if by ‘on the case’ you mean ‘stopping Louisiana from doing its emergency dredging and berm constructing operation’ and ‘fighting the overturn of its knee-jerk oil drilling moratorium.’ Both of which are much more likely to please campaign contributors than, say, the people of Louisiana and Florida. Speaking of the latter: hey, guess who’s mad (Rubio) about the way that the government’s mucking up Obamaspill? And guess who’s being an apologist for it (Crist)?

Again: heckuva job, Barry. What’s your handicap, these days?

Moe Lane

Crossposted to RedState.

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  • [I’ve taken the liberty of adding Ms. Nearing’s website to her profile, so that you may note that over there she’s a good deal less ‘egalitarian’ and a good deal more obsessed with Sarah Palin’s imaginary breast surgery. Weird how they just can’t help it when it comes to THAT WOMAN, huh?]
    [And, oh, yes: it’s your spill. But look on the bright side! At least this way the Democrats get to punish a race traitor! – ML]

    I’m more egalitarian about this than you: It’s Our Spill.

    Heck, these are our mineral rights and our lease royalties. We all heat our homes and power our cars with oil from the gulf. As I said, it’s Our Spill.

    Through our elected officials, we took a calculated risk (after all, nothing is foolproof) over the past four decades and did shallow-water and deep-water drilling in the Gulf of Mexico.

    Hey, it’s been a good run!

    So let’s get the gusher under control. Let’s clean up the coastlines. Let’s develop better blowout preventers. And because spills are inevitable, let’s develop better clean-up technology.

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