Davin Raincloud wrote:I blame: American Conservativism.
Davin Raincloud wrote:*HELLO OTHER DRUIDS?*
If we don't make this disaster a hot topic, then what do we really care about?
Kernos wrote:I agree, Aylyn. Why does someone always have to be the scapegoat? Fault is irrelevant. Solutions and preventions are the only considerations.
DJ Droood wrote:Kernos wrote:I agree, Aylyn. Why does someone always have to be the scapegoat? Fault is irrelevant. Solutions and preventions are the only considerations.
oh come on...fault is not irrelevant...someone (many) dropped the ball and milions of people, not to mention the environment, suffer. BP should be fined to within an inch of its life, the directors who oversaw this should be jailed and so should the officials with any government body who "partied" with BP instead of observing them. Perhaps hold fire until they fix the problem, but then there should be a full government inquiry into this. How is this any different from Enron or Goldman Sachs, or other cases of criminal misconduct in the corporate world...except for being far worse....?
I believe you will find both Exxon and the utility that ran 3 Mile Island faced criminal sanctions, and there are other examples.
Davin Raincloud wrote:Druids were the Judges of old. Someone should be accountable for this. Let's look at the causes.
I'm not playing a game, but actually pointing at who is responsibile.
DJ Droood wrote:Despite the compelling appeal to gospel, your argument is specious Aylyn. Simply because we use a product does not absolve the producer of its responsibilities.
Aylyn wrote:Which side are you on?
Twig wrote:...But someone needs to be held accountable. ...
Kernos wrote:WHy do individuals need to be identified and put in jail? What good will that do anyone? If someone purposely blew up the rig, that would be different. All evidence suggests that did not happen.
I fail to understand the need to jail people every time something bad happens.
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