I'm not saying that - I was just correcting a few of his misconceptions.
Everybody is out to get BP.
Not over here they're not - most of us are reserving judgment. In particular we need to know more about the contractual terms between BP, Transocean and Halliburton and we need to hear BP's account of what went wrong.
Your posts defending a company that has already taken responsibility to the tune of U$20 Billion (so far) are about the only humorous aspect of this crisis.
That was under a politically motivated threat of retrospective legislation, of course, but was made without admission of liability as a gesture if goodwill towards those affected.
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