No I was saying that your preoccupation with BP's past record is overblown because it relies on the false assumption that the company is associated with an above average number of disasters so as to suggest a culture of indifference. If in fact their record is comparable or even comparatively good contrasted with that of other large corporations it undermines your point. The minimum death toll at Bhopal runs into thousands by the way, not hundreds. Now the people who are not corroborating BP's position are the very same as those who are trying to pass off a one-sided assessment of the disaster as an objective account in some cases to conceal their own culpability or responsibilities towards the victims - what a surprise... and what a surprise that Obama has fallen for it, hook, line and sinker.
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