The Gulf Oil Spill Help Center Says We Must Identify Louisiana Fishing Camp Owners Now, Blasts Obama

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The Gulf Oil Spill Help Center is America's leading advocate and resource for victims of the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill disaster. The Gulf Oil Spill Help Center is saying, "what a bunch of nonsense--when President Obama said he gets up every morning and goes to bed each night thinking about the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Before making the comment, he had done a photo op with the NCAA basketball champs and a soccer team and was joking around--that's what we call engaged." The group says, "here is the reality: the US Federal Government and the Obama Administration are miserable failures when it comes to BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill and BP has been less than honest about how much oil has escaped into the Gulf of Mexico." The Gulf Oil Spill Help Center says, "we need to identify every fishing camp owner in Southeast Louisiana now--out of fear--if plants in the marshes/bayous get killed by the oil spill--your fishing camp may get washed away, be underwater, if 2010 hurricane predictions turn out to be true." Louisiana or Gulf Coast fishing camp or recreational property owners, or other effected parties of the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill can call the Gulf Oil Spill Help Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://GulfOilSpillHelpCenter.Com.

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at this point neither the Obama Administration and/or BP have any credibility with us when it comes to their take on the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill disaster, now officially the worst oil spill in US history.

The Gulf Oil Spill Help Center is saying, "at this point neither the Obama Administration and/or BP have any credibility with us when it comes to their take on the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill disaster, now officially the worst oil spill in US history." The group says, "even if they plug the well head this weekend, we have tens of millions of gallons of crude oil swirling around the Gulf of Mexico, because BP and the Feds failed to act with a sense of urgency, with the net result--we could lose a big chunk of the gulf fisheries, business owners and/or thousands of Louisiana property owners could lose it all." The Gulf Oil Spill Help Center is saying, "in Louisiana the bayous are rich fishing and wildlife habitats. Recreational properties, also called fishing camps in Louisiana, are really at risk right now because if the oil gets into the bayous, it's over--the wildlife and plant life will die, and we fear without the grassy marches there will be nothing to stop a tropical storm or hurricane from washing all of this away." The Gulf Oil Spill Help Center wants to hear from all Louisiana fishing camp owners, so they know who you are and where your property is located. For more information please call the Gulf Oil Spill Help Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://GulfOilSpillHelpCenter.Com.

On Friday May 28th President Obama made his second trip to Louisiana related to the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill--the day after taking responsibility for the disaster? According to AP, he said, "I'm here to tell you that you are not alone, you will not be abandoned, you will not be left behind," he said.

"The media may get tired of the story, but we will not. We will be on your side and we will see this through. Huh?" The Gulf Oil Spill Help Center is saying, "we are really impressed the President stopped by to check out the Gulf oil spill, on his way to his vacation, we were even more impressed the US Coast Guard commander now has a new hat that says Incident Commander, but where is the leadership and where are the results?" The group says, "why would you want someone stupid enough to wear a hat that says Incident Commander in charge of this mess? It's May 28th today--the mess started on April 20th. " Http://GulfOilSpillHelpCenter.Com

The Gulf Oil Spill Help Center is saying, "we are super worried about victims impacted by the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill, including fisheries workers, business owners, and the thousands of fishing camp owners in Louisiana bayous. We want to hear from everyone victimized by this mess, or about to be victimized because of a business lost, or a property that now has, or soon will, lose its value." For more information please contact the Gulf Oil Spill Help Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://GulfOilSpillHelpCenter.Com.

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