Flake of the day

Republican Congressional candidate William “Bill” Randall is suggesting that the Obama Administration and BP conspired to intentionally spill oil in the Gulf, resulting in 11 deaths and the worst environmental disaster in the nation’s history.

Randall, who has aligned himself with the Tea Party movement, readily admits that he has no evidence that what he says is true. But that is not stopping him from from making the claim as he campaigns for in the June 22 GOP runoff to face incumbent Democratic Rep. Brad Miller on the November ballot.

“Now, I’m not necessarily a conspiracy person, but I don’t think enough investigation has been done on this,” Randall said at a media conference on Tuesday. “Someone needs to be digging into that situation. Personally, and this is purely speculative on my part and not based on any fact, but personally I feel there is a possibility that there was some sort of collusion. I don’t know how or why, but in that situation, if you have someone from a company proposing to violate the safety process and the government signing off on it, excuse me, maybe they wanted it to leak.

“But then it got beyond what was anticipated, and we had an explosion and loss of life. And, oh man, now we have panic. Is there a cover up going on? I’m not saying there necessarily is. But I think there’s enough facts on the table for people that (they) really need to do some investigative research and find out what went on with that and get a subpoena of records and everything else.”

Wait, I know! The BP and the government did this just so BP could beggar itself with the clean up costs, the lawsuit settlements and the bad publicity and Obama could look like the amateur he is.

Someone needs to up their dosage, I think.

1 thought on “Flake of the day

  1. Yes, everything you say is true. But ask yourself: If Bush were President, how many Dems would have already lined up for a congressional panel, if not outright impeachment. (Remember them saying "It's the seriousness of the charges! We have no evidence so we MUST investigate!" Not sure but I'm thinking that was a "Dingy Harry" Reid statement.

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