Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Obama Devotes 20 Minutes to BP Executives

He spends about 12 hours a week on the golf course and he devotes 20 minutes to meeting with BP executives? How can anyone take this guy seriously?
BP executives, including Chairman Carl-Henric Svanberg, CEO Tony Hayward and BP U.S. boss Lamar McKay, were seen walking into the West Wing of the White House just before 10 a.m. ET for talks with Obama that were scheduled to last 20 minutes.

Looking serious, they barely glanced at photographers and camera crews recording their arrival. It was their first meeting with Obama since the start of the nearly two-month old crisis.
If you need any idea what a charade this whole thing is, look who was also in attendance.
The BP executives were accompanied by the company's legal counsel Rupert Bondy and noted Washington lawyer Jamie Gorelick, a former deputy attorney general in the Clinton administration.
Nobody need scratch their head and wonder why his approval ratings keeps tanking.

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