Palin blasts Obama for his handling of the spill in the Gulf.
Washington, June 8 .- The former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin lashed out today against the U.S. president, Barack Omaba, for his handling of the spill in the Gulf and, especially, for recognizing that he has not spoken directly with the head of British Petroleum (BP), the company responsible.
The current leader of the ultra-conservative movement "Tea Party", who left the Interior of Alaska in the, sto credits, medium term a few months ago to strengthen its presence in the national political scene for the future, insisted that Obama's modus operandi makes it clear what important it is to "have some executive experience before occupying the Oval Office."
The comments are made by Palin since his Facebook page, which uses to emphasize that she has, ffxiv gil, experience in managing government affairs, especially his work for the big oil companies working in an ethical manner.
Anima in his Facebook page that Obama is left holding advice from experts in oil and prompts you to call them. "Or better yet, call me," he says to me. "
The U.S. Government today announced new rules for offshore drilling, an initiative that enables industry expects to award new licenses, blocked since started pouring.
These measures require more inspections and certificates of good performance for plug valves responsible for a well if you experience any problems.
After several failed attempts, BP placed a bell on Friday containment over the well with four, ffxiv gil, holes through which oil began to flow through a pipe into the vessel of exploration "Discover Enterprise".
The company plans to replace the hood with a larger next month, in order to recover more oil.
Today, the company said it will donate the money they get from the marketing of oil collected from the sea surface to the fund for the recovery of the affected area.
Obama to travel again next week to the states of Mississippi, Alabama and Florida, to check the damage left by the spill in the Gulf of Mexico, according to the White House announced today.
This is Obama's fourth trip to the area affected by the spill from the start, after the explosion and sinking at sea on April 20, the rig "Deepwater Horizon."