Editor's Note: After Friday's show feedback was overwhelmingly about the oil disaster. Many wrote in with their suggestion on how to stop the flow of oil into the gulf. What do you think?
I really have a question. What is being done with the wildlife after they are cleaned and healed from any internal injuries they suffer from ingesting the oil and breathing the fumes? Are they relocated or just released back into this same toxic environment? The think the public wants to know, I know I do.
Please take the time to investigate the damage (killing) of the Phytoplankton in the Gulf of Mexico as a result of the BP uncontrolled oil gusher. The Gulf is the most (was) prolific area for Phytoplankton on earth (Planet Earth series). Also, isn't BP already on probation for criminal activities in 2007?
Thank you for covering the oil spill honestly.
It is truly deplorable that BP can spend $50M on a PR campaign and pay billions to shareholders and they cannot pay fisherman and shrimpers their fair share. He wants HIS life back ... How about the thousands of people that live along the Gulf and have had their lives ruined?
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