June 2nd, 2010
06:09 AM ET

Sound Off: Your comments 6/1/10

Editor's Note: After Tuesday's show we received a huge response to our reporting live from the Gulf on the oil spill. Many viewers sent in their suggestions on how to stop the leak and they are asking what will happen when a hurricane come through the gulf. What do you think?

Keep BP in the news. As Americans we tend to tire when news stays on longer than a week. I think that’s what BP and the Feds are hoping, that it won’t stay in the forefront of our minds.

Thank you for your continued coverage on the oil spill in Louisiana, we appreciate your thorough investigations and reporting. I feel as though more could be done to stop this leak weeks ago. Could it be the BP does not want to take extreme measures to stop this leak due to the amount of money that they may lose by not being able to use this well again? Why is the federal government not putting more pressure on BP or calling in experts from other companies to stop this catastrophe? It just seems as though everyone is trying to avoid taking control of the situation. Thank you for your help, we need more reporters like you.

Why can' they bomb that well to seal it ? Don’t you think that would do the job or do you think that dp want the oil?

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soundoff (2 Responses)
  1. j gonzalez

    really the US needs to pull a hugo chavez and just nationalize this disaster and send bp packing ! this is ridiculous that it is lasting this long and more people are not up in arms over this . and then to hear that pompous ceo wishing for his life back ! REALLY ? the saddest thing about this is it will go on all summer long til the oil comes around the pan handle of florida and ride the currents right up to new york . maybe then we will act

    June 2, 2010 at 10:43 am |
  2. James Pacheco

    Gulf people of U.S.sending S.O.S. to Dr. Ballard. Come in Dr. Ballard. U.S. people need your help desperately.

    June 2, 2010 at 10:34 am |

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