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Congressman tells Bp exec just fall on your sword.

by admin on June 16th, 2010

In a very ugly prelude to BP Ceo’s Tony Hayward’s visit to capital hill on Thursday, our recently minted hero Ed Markey D-Mass. lambasted the heads of the world’s biggest oil companies. He referenced their plans for protecting walruses and seals, which don’t live in the Gulf and haven’t for millions of years in their spill plans, and posting bios of wildlife researchers as active when they have been dead for many years. But his best jab was when he told the heads of all the major oil companies that the “only technology you seem to be relying on is a Xerox machine.” This in reference to the fact that all of the major oil company response plans seemed to be copied from the same “boiler plate” with different details filled in as needed. However, Rep. Anh “Joseph” Cao, R-Louisiana got in the best shot of the hearing s when he explained how things were done a bit differently in the Far East, “”Mr. Stearns asked you to resign. In the Asian culture we do things differently. During the Samurai days we just give you a knife and ask you to commit hara-kiri,” said Cao, who is of Vietnamese descent.
None of this can bode well for the Thursday appearance of Mr. Hayward.

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