Tropical Storm Bonnie Headed Toward BP Oil Spill Site

Ships pack up and ship out to avoid impending tropical storm.


As if the BP Gulf site doesn't have enough on its hands, tropical storm Bonnie is heading straight for it. It is headed toward Florida on a course that will take it directly to the BP oil spill site. Thus, BP has stopped the oil spill cleanup and ordered ships to evacuate. Experts say that the storm will not damage the cap that has stopped the longest oil spill debacle in this country's history. The "experts" also said the levees would hold and had not anticipated that the oil spill would happen, either. We're not putting any of our money on the "experts" or BP.

Read more at The Herald Online.

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