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  1. petergrt

    petergrt said, over 4 years ago

    If we could only figure out how to harness the power of vitriol - liberals would satisfy our energy needs for infinity, and without any ill effects to the environment.

  2. GJ_Jehosaphat

    GJ_Jehosaphat said, over 4 years ago

    Cheney’s legacy to our Children & Our Children’s Children & For Generations to come.

  3. C. A. Brobst

    C. A. Brobst GoComics PRO Member said, over 4 years ago

    Seize all assets of BP, Halliburton, and their co-conspirator and use that to shut down to gusher they’ve proved themselves incapable of stopping. Stop ocean drilling.

  4. Bill Ewing

    Bill Ewing GoComics PRO Member said, over 4 years ago

    This one trick pony mantra of “Its all Bush and Cheney’s fault!” is really getting old, guys.

    Why don’t y’all start looking inward for a while. You may find it refreshing, if not enlightening.

    OOPS, I forgot, you aren’t in the business of taking responsibility for ANYTHING but other people’s successes. There are no failures on your part that can’t be blamed on someone else especially Bush and Cheney.

    You people have become a sad joke cliche’.

    Just as an aside: Cheney has been gone from Haliburton ten years + and both he and Bush have been out of office for a year and a half.

    Thought you would like to know since y’all don’t seem to have gotten the word.

    It would help if you could read instead of having to look at pictures.

  5. Jascat

    Jascat said, over 4 years ago

    I would be LMAO at the conservative speak if the whole thing wasn’t so d..n sad…

  6. hancel

    hancel said, over 4 years ago

    As most on the right your thinking is selective Mr.Ewing. When Haliburton bought cheney years before the V.P. gig they followed him down the path of bending regulations and payoffs in the right places that have continued. Not that they weren’t already doing that, he just showed them the path of least resistance/highest profit. His continuing paycheck in gratitude of his guidance and assured profits through the cheney/bush years….like it or not he is a despicable human being

  7. Wildcard24365

    Wildcard24365 said, over 4 years ago

    @Bill Ewing:

    I’m trying to understand how liberals who oppose ocean drilling are supposed to take credit/blame for an ecological disaster caused by something they oppose?

    Humor me, huh? Explain this to me.

  8. BOB HASTY

    BOB HASTY GoComics PRO Member said, over 4 years ago

    Bill doesn’t understand the connection of Cheney with Halliburton defying regulatory procedures. When Cheney left Halliburton, it was failing big time. Included in Cheney’s energy policy which was installed within days of taking office, was Halliburton being offered no-bid contracts for everything from oil operations in the Gulf to Katrina, Iraq and Afghanistan.

    While in office, Cheney received a check for $200,000.00 every month. I’m sure he is still getting his check now. Maybe if Bill and Andy actually read books, periodicals and newspapers instead of watch “Faux News Channel, they might understand the meaning of current events in light of the corruption set in motion my tricky DICK.

  9. Harleyquinn

    Harleyquinn GoComics PRO Member said, over 4 years ago

    Oh yes, I mean how many beaches are there? how big is this spill? how many miles does it effect? But no lets just paint the entire gulf black. Lets kill off the tourist trade in Florida even if it will not touch Florida. While at it blame Cheney! Oh so much fun being a bunch of doom and gloom environmental wackos.

  10. Jade

    Jade GoComics PRO Member said, over 4 years ago

    It’s Okay to blame Obama for ACORN but Cheney for Halliburton, HOW DARE YOU!?

  11. Simon_Jester

    Simon_Jester said, over 4 years ago

    Gimme a break Billyboy…you righties were still blaming Clinton for what was wrong with this country all the way into Bush’s second term.

    As for you Harley. Yeah, it’s not BP’s fault for causing this spill, it’s the media’s fault for TALKING about it.

    And you want vitriol peter? Take a look at every rightwing answer in this thread.

    Bottom line, YOU guys were the ones chanting, ‘Drill, baby, drill!’ these past few years. And there’s nothing you can do to make people forget that.

  12. Virgil Kemp

    Virgil Kemp GoComics PRO Member said, over 4 years ago

    I thought everything was Bush’s fault??????

  13. churchillwasright

    churchillwasright said, over 4 years ago

    HASTY: Aside from no bid contracts in Iraq and Afghanistan (which no one else could handle) can you supply links to anything else you posted? -energy policy implemented within days of taking office -Halliberton was failing when he left them -no-bid contracts in gulf and katrina -$200,000 check every month (though I do know he divested himself from Halliberton before he became VP. I suppose you think he should have given his stock to charity)

    Thank you. I’ll be waiting.

  14. Tom   Wieliczka

    Tom Wieliczka GoComics PRO Member said, over 4 years ago

    Those Three CEOs just gave the Three Stooges a bad name, with their Congressional Testimony Finger Pointing.

    Can’t wait for them to try dumping car tires and golf balls into the pipe - and when it fails blame the golf ball and tire manufactures for not making their product well enough to stop a massive oil leak.

  15. GJ_Jehosaphat

    GJ_Jehosaphat said, over 4 years ago

    You’d think that after all the cement Halliburton has poured over the years they’d have gotten the technique perfected.

    Excuse my Wiki Halliburton History:

    “In 1919, Erle Halliburton starts New Method Oil Well Cementing Company” | ☜ ‘pipe’ time line | “In 1938, Halliburton cements the first offshore well using a truck on a barge off the Louisiana coast.” | | | | 1990s ”Following the end of Operation Desert Storm in February 1991, the Pentagon, led by then Defense Secretary Dick Cheney, paid Halliburton subsidiary Brown & Root Services over $8.5 million to study the use of private military forces with American soldiers in combat zones.

    Thomas H. Cruikshank, who served as chairman and CEO from 1989 until 1995, was replaced by Dick Cheney.

    Halliburton - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Halliburton started out pouring cement in the early 1900’s & now is a Huge Multinational Operation. They certainly would have deep pockets to help clean up the mess.

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