Philadelphia involving two black panthers blocking and intimidating voters
The first relief well port was—relief well, rather, was at last report less than 200 feet from its target, aiming to hit the pipeline about the size of a dinner plate thousands of feet below the seabed.
The NAACP finally calls out the tea party for its, quote, “racist element.” One of the Astroturf backers of the nearly all-white movement says, “I just don‘t see racism in the Tea Party Movement”—with Professor Melissa Harris-Lacewell. FOX News whips up paranoia, claiming an Obama racist plot to dismiss criminal charges against harassers at a polling place—except that now turns out the criminal charges were dismissed before Obama was president.The new moratorium expiring November 30th affects all new offshore drilling, but also gives oil companies ways to win exemptions.The White House, according to the “London Daily Telegraph,” also apparently having cleared the way for Exxon and Chevron to pursue possible start takeover bids of BP—a possibility BP is expected to pushback against hard in next week‘s quarterly update for investors. Louisiana secretary of children and family services, Kristy Nichols, revealing that BP starting July 1st has been cutting payments to people whose claims forms were incomplete—not telling them they were incomplete, not trying to complete them, just cutting their payments. THAD ALLEN (RET.), NATIONAL INCIDENT COMMANDER: We‘ve made significant progress and this could lead to a shut-in of the well.(END VIDEO CLIP) OLBERMANN: With Bob Cavnar on the new stack cap on the underwater gusher, and Mac Mc Clelland from New Orleans on BP‘s cutbacks.
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The building manager asked the Fox reporter to leave, she says, and he moved further from the entrance. "There has been no fighting, no voter intimidation at all," she said.