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Sea Cape Cod by Michael Mosier

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May 29, 2010

Lone Bird

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 6:27 am

Greetings and salutations from the sand, sun and surf of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket!  The sunrise this morning at Dowses Beach was something to behold, with a purple, gold and reddish glow emanating from our star in our little solar system in a rather mediocre Galaxy called the “Milky Way”…a good start to the Memorial Day week end.  I hope you have a nice one as well, wherever you may be finding yourself this morning… The sludgy mess continues today, unfortunately, off the coast of Louisiana, where we have witnessed grown men in leadership roles in the congress break down and cry over the crime that has been committed towards their lands, their wildlife and their friends and families.  CEO Tony, “The Tiger”, Hayward keeps giving his lame press conferences, and to be quite frank with you, so does President Obama.  I have the sneaking suspicion that not only are we not being told the extent of the damage to the Gulf waters, as bp is not allowing access by independent, credible and honest scientists, but, moreover, the fact that the Executive seems to be getting its “orders” from big oil and not the other way around.  Why would we be upset if you had your boot heal on the throat of bp?  Their disgusting oil “spill” has not only put their boot on the throat of innocent birds, turtles and dolphins that grace our LIFE on planet earth, but fill our souls with something other than the horrible dribble coming from Glenn Beck’s mouth.  His insane attack on the first family literally made me sick to my stomach. His handlers, the likes of Roger Ailes and Rupert Murdoch, can go straight to hell.  Those are men that test the words of Jesus when he says, “Love thine enemies,” for how can one love an animal like that?  I suppose you must ask a power much greater than yourself to forgive them, “for they know not WHAT they do…” Not an easy task.  Moving on, the reality of the supertanker question that would solve the problem, as it has already been proven to work, has not been answered as of this moment in “time”.  The great concern now is the “plume” of oil that is now considered to be 22 miles wide and 6 miles across, and over 3000 feet deep!  Wrap your head around that one.  The other problem is the fact that this oil is invisible to the naked eye, yet highly toxic to micro-organisms and more evolved sea life as well, and thus, will eventually reach the table of man.  I suppose that is not of concern to the very wealthiest among us, for they have the wherewithal to buy their seafood at 5 star restaurants that don’t buy their product from the Gulf.  However, for the millions of people who live and work in and around the Gulf region, it is a far different story.  I am deeply disturbed by our lack of urgency as a people when looking at the forest, for so many are stuck on a particular tree.  Let the independent review begin, for something STINKS IN DENMARK and it is not the fish! Enjoy your Saturday folks and may the GULF receive GODS SPEED, along with all of the animals, plants and people therein.  Peace~ M

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