June 8th, 2010
01:46 AM ET

Sound Off: Your comments 6/7/10

Editor's Note: Feedback after Monday's show was all about the oil spill. Many wrote in with their suggestion on how to stop the flow of oil into the gulf. Questions were asked about how much oil is still flowing and if it’s more or less now than when it started. What do you think?

You know with all the talk about BP being ultimately responsible for the oil spill, what about the other two companies that are involved with the hardware, rigs, etc.? Should they be accountable also?

Anderson why has very few had the courage to admit the truth? There is more oil pouring into the ocean now the cap in position than before. Also, it is my opinion that BP is attempting to retrieve as much oil as possible at the expense of more oil pouring into the ocean.

So many of us are so appreciative of your in depth investigative reporting of important issues of our times. I was so moved tonight, June 7th 2010 when you reported BP's refusal to accept your invitation to appear on Anderson Cooper 360/ Thank you so much for your war coverage, Katrina coverage, Gulf coverage to mention just a few.

The oil spill is catastrophic...and no solution for possibly months? We are talking environment – its effect on humanity – BP obviously can't do the job – the naval operations of the world must unite and come to the rescue – before it is too late..

Anderson, how much oil is still leaking? is it more or less or the same as the original leak? Nobody is answering this? Can you get this information?

Why isn't the EPA fining BP for contaminating a US body of water? Any other company that would discharge contaminated waste would be fined for every day they did it. Should this not happen with the oil that is gushing from their pipe?

I wanted to thank Anderson Cooper for speaking from the heart. I get a bit tired of the clinical reports and i appreciate hearing the same frustration & anger in his voice that i feel at home. He stays on the story, particularly given what is going on in the Gulf of Mexico right now. This is a heart breaking story that has to stay in the news. People have to come to the realization that the life we are leading has to change and we have to look at the bigger picture. Thanks to Anderson as he keeps the important stories alive

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