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Does the public discussion and congressional debate on BP's handling of the oil spill open up other companies to closer inspection?
Is BP doing enough to dispel criticism?
“It is hypocritical of our politicians to go after BP when they allowed the industry to operate without any oversight. The laws are there, however, they are not enforced thanks to our government.”
“They should take off the gloves and give the Feds hell for forcing them to drill so far offshore.”
“Having been on the inside of refinery planning & construction, BP's management would not last a day. We still have not heard from the project manager for the offshore drilling operation--why not?”
“BP's problems are related to cost savings, through contracting. They are responsible, but were not fully in control of the project.”
“BP is a great company providing thousands of great jobs for hard working Americans. Accidents happen. We need to stop crying like babies and clean-up the mess.”