I’ve seen and heard in more than a few instances during the last week or so about people in the Gulf States observing oil in their rain water. However unlikely, this does warrant further inspection since we’ve not seen an event quite like the Gulf Oil Disaster before.
One thing that is extremely frustrating to a far-off bystander such as myself is the helplessness I sense from the individual citizens of the Gulf States. On one hand, the government is apparently unwilling to help for political reasons. On the other hand, BP is actively enforcing some form of media black-out. So where does that leave We The People other than unemployed and at the mercy of enormous bureaucracies? On the wrong end of the stick as we’re experiencing more and more lately.
Let’s just blow off the “the government” and blow off “BP”. The only group you can count on right now is yourself, your family and friends, and your local community. The hype has gotten out of hand, so assume for the duration of this disaster event that there will be no helicopters in the skies and no checks in the mail. In other words, time to suck it . . . → Read More: Does Gulf Coast Rain Water Contain Oil?