Sunday, May 23, 2010

Obama Was Biggest Recipient Of BP Oil Funds, Palin Attacked By Gibbs For Stating This Fact, & President Thin-Skinned Golfs While Oil Washes Ashore

The White House and their media lapdogs don't want to face the facts:

Politico (not a member of the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy) wrote that President Thin-Skinned, Barack Hussein Obama, was the biggest recipient of campaign donations by BP oil, owners of the well that sank in the Gulf of Mexico.

Not only that, the Obama Interior Department gave the oil well a safety award.

So, Sarah Palin went out today to point out the obvious (New York Daily News):
During an appearance on "Fox News Sunday," Palin wondered why the "mainstream media" wasn't looking harder at President Obama's "connection" to the oil companies.

"I don't know why the question isn't asked by the mainstream media and by others if there is any connection with the contributions made to President Obama and his administration," she told Chris Wallace.
Of course, any mention of the truth hits a nerve with President Thin-Skinned, and so he sent out his little lying press shill, Robert Fibbs, to take a swipe at Palin, which missed by a New York mile.

"My suggestion to Sarah Palin would be to get slightly more informed as to what's going on in and around oil drilling in this country," Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said on CBS' "Face the Nation."

"Sarah Palin was involved in [the 2008] election, but I don't think, apparently, [she] was paying a whole lot of attention," he told host Bill Schieffer. "I'm almost sure that the oil companies don't consider the Obama administration a huge ally - we proposed a windfall profits tax when they jacked their oil prices up to charge for gasoline."
Denial isn't just a river in Egypt, it flows from the mouth of Bob Gibbs. You know if this had been a Republican Administration, the press would be screaming with outrage at the way the White House has responded to this oil spill.

Someone needs to ask Robert Fibbs why Obama is golfing once again this weekend while oil hits the shore of Louisiana.

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