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June 7th, 2010
B.P. Would Rather Save Face than Save the Gulf

It's likely you have seen or heard BP's new ad campaign -- in newspapers, on radio, TV, and the internet -- aimed at conveying to you that the company gets it. Independent analysts estimate the cost of the public relations and ad campaign as at least $50 million.


In the ad Hayward calls the oil spill "a tragedy that never should have happened." He says the company "has taken full responsibility for cleaning up the spill in the Gulf," says the company "will honor all legitimate claims, and our clean-up efforts will not come at any cost to taxpayers. To those affected and your families, Iím deeply sorry."  This is the same guy who said quite candidly (who cares if he apologized after)..."we're sorry for the massive disruption it's caused their lives. There's no one who wants this over more than I do. I'd like my life back."

Here's a W&J singer rendition of a much more accurate P.R. campaign for BP...

This man and his company are full of it.  We are going on 60 days of spill.  Spill that could have been stopped.  We have heard solutions day in and day out, coast to coast, resolutions to completely stop this gush of crude poisoning Gulf waters.
BP has exhibited staunch negligence in wanting a complete stoppage because they will lose rights and permits to the well.
That's the only reason, and it's all about the money.




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