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Jul 2, 2010
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Norman, OK
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I am shocked at the amount of people who are still focused on who is to blame for the ‘BP Gulf Oil Spill of 2010’. Who cares right now!!!

What we need is action!!

Sure BP’s reputation is taking a beating, just look at all the employees who posted ‘I told them but they wouldn’t listen to me’ stories on TelOnU.com (Kind of like a Yelp for companies and politicians):

BP Reviews | BP Jobs | BP Layoffs | Telonu

The real questions is simple – how do we clean it up so that the damage to the gulf and it’s communities are reversed and bought back to normal?

It is clear that BP will pay for it, but like the Exxon Alaskan oil spill, it is going to take a long time and a lot of effort for the people hit hardest to see any money.
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