is May 28, 2010. It has now been 38 days since this
began. The depth of my soul is aching for the animals, and
people affected by this around the world. Our nation is
feeling the brunt of this, but other countries will feel it too.
I am so disappointed in the reaction and response all those
in command have shown. Many have stepped up to the plate and
proven to be leaders, but the so called cream of the crop are not doing
what needs to be done. This is something that should be a top
priority, not number 2 or 47. Every
minute, more animals and whole areas in the gulf are dying.
The cost of this to our world is unfathomable. It
hurts me to see the pictures of the damage it is doing and has already
done. Please contact your representatives and tell them you
want them to place this issue as a top priority. It must be
done, as our economy will only get worse as each day goes by, and more
damage is done. I can't even imagine what the end result will
be to our fishing industry. Louisiana is virtually shut down,
and it looks like that is just the beginning. By the way, at
least level of oil spewing into the Gulf, we have contaminated 3% of
our waters. At the next highest level of oil spewing per day,
have now contaminated 25% of the Gulf waters. That's dead
which are too toxic for anything to live.
Some PICTURES of the devastation.
They will make you cry.
There is a solution!! Help us spread the word, and CLEAN this mess up.
Another VIDEO on finally some government
On May 26th, LA Rep. Scalise Screams "We're Tired of the Excuses"
A little late, but better than never: "BP's top official, who
had previously said the environmental impact on
the Gulf of Mexico would be modest, upgraded his assessment Friday to
an "environmental catastrophe" during an interview with American
Morning's John Roberts". Watch HERE
To view our video on our
house raffle, click this LINK
"THEY" Call This A Spill?
Are We Making A Bad Situation Worse By Unfathomable Proportions?
Part II Of A Bad Situation
BP Refuses E.P.A. Order To Use Less Toxic Dispersant
What can one person do?
Put pressure on the government to take the lead on the oversight
of this tragedy. WE THE PEOPLE of America will be gravely
affected by this catastophe, so we must do all we can to stop the
killing of our gulf waters, all the wildlife, our coastlines, and our
people. Our country, our people, our wildlife, and our economy
all depend on us doing the right thing. Call, email, or fax your
district leaders and governor and demand thier support. We put
them in office, and we can take them out at the next election.It is
time for them to step up to the plate and do the job they were
entrusted to do.