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And I honestly not -- -- well I think that I initially thought on this a BP disaster.
To the administration's response for what they're supposed to do -- -- BP.
So initially the -- -- -- order of -- -- just blown out.
They had everything under control.
Definitely coming but I got to -- -- -- bottom.
Have lived I'm -- a more I think about it administration.
Should have the first of all assume there -- want him.
Because they're they're -- you were just assume that there would look like anyway wore the red prepare for -- worst case scenario regardless so.
They at least drop the ball -- today.
Well they're they're cute they're two point that they to -- your number one.
I think we have law of unintended consequences after Exxon Valdez congress -- the very punitive law that says.
If you're polluter you're the -- you're in charge of paying for everything here in charge of using all your technology and all of you aware what all the -- it.
And pay for it okay that put -- private company.
In -- partnership with the government but lead on information technology in response.
We now -- the consequences of that when you put the company responsible in charge of all -- things early on you're depended entirely.
And what they tell you that what they do well -- can revisit that now number two.
-- Obama Interior Department not the bush Interior Department -- -- Interior Department gave this particular project Deepwater Horizon.
What's called as a blanket exclusion.
From an environmental impact statement and a response -- so there was no.
Response plan put forward in case something like this happen.
That would deal -- administration decision not Bush Administration.
This -- can tell -- -- watch interior secretary.
If there had been a requirement.
A -- impact that it for the environment if there's something like -- we know more about what could possibly happen -- number two and more -- -- environment I've talked to.
They would have been in a much better.
And more orchestrated.
Response plan from the moment BP said there was a leak.
It took a long time to pull that together -- the Coast Guard with their but the Coast Guard is always there the environmental response plan would have been much more thoroughly thought out.
And environmentalists tell me could have been executed the -- those the two things I think the report remember about that it.
Well all I'm Senator Obama administration -- -- -- knows well but.
-- was the Bush Administration the Bush Administration most of -- same thing.
Oh yeah of course militarily it's worse than it did they did -- the in the inspector general wanna I wanna drive and outing.
But the middle management service found that during the bush years.
What the sex parties have drugs and went on illegal -- also to have oil industry represented so let me in his eighties back.
And it didn't think being done again bobbled that a consequence is that very tough aggressive inspector general -- minerals and management yeah he's now running the Recovery Act.
There is no inspector general.
-- minerals and management there it is an active one but everyone knows that and acting inspector general -- the we've got a cough up any.
In both -- though it's weaker there as far as oversight because the big.
Bad cop who found out about all the bush drug and sex party is run on the Recovery Act.
She uses ball well on -- don't know before you had me on the show this morning and -- -- Think you didn't know until I got on the ball I don't know anything that's why you're -- I'm gonna ask -- -- pay -- big primary day at a mall Pennsylvania Kentucky Arkansas it's gonna happen.
What they can win in Arkansas.
I'm pretty sure it will be issued -- an easy I just -- nary -- mention -- all right I'm telling you don't don't turn into Chris Wallace on me.
Not necessarily gets -- cranky -- snapped in some mean stuff to me and made me feel better and I both know much more fit than that that's your car.
And -- but you're smarter and among about a looked into Guatemala.
Anyway you know the crystal ball -- is gonna win there in Arkansas yes.
-- -- Republican or Democrat.
She's -- Democrat she's being challenged from the left by the lieutenant governor bill halter.
And the White House has very quietly been helping Blanche Lincoln as much as possible she's -- squeak through -- In Pennsylvania I wish I had a sense.
-- -- Doing although the frantic flailing things that I feel incumbent do when they're about to lose so -- -- that -- gonna win that primary the democratic side of the senate.
And in Kentucky.
Because Mitch McConnell the Senate Minority Leader.
-- -- -- Dominated and I don't wanna take control but certainly -- very heavily Kentucky Republican politics I think he's chosen candidate Trey Grayson wins over.
Rand Paul Ron Paul -- but it will be very very close.
And that will be another shock of the Republican establishment system.
Well while we're gonna her -- have a slump.
We'll have to you can.
Pick out something we have digital -- -- yeah.
Where -- -- -- the slope you're wrong on all of whom I -- -- that -- can think that we are going to be back and you can ridicule me in.
Look I don't think review of that I -- -- on Chris Wallace's on this show.
Have -- ever been -- no I have not.
-- the chief White House correspondent for Fox News.
I've LK yeah I have I have made occasional appearances as a as a corresponded briefly like during the the height of health -- -- one or two time yet.
Yes I -- I would picking on the panel is something I've got like that.
No sugar on the panel I shouldn't -- on account should.
And should be out of double -- like Brett but.
You know Juan Williams and -- him.
And every rehab program to liberals are everywhere we have the woman for national public radio alike are alive and yet -- -- started yet but we're only does little -- one -- -- -- you in there.
Well I I like reporters on panel dialect back.
Nelson well you crystal got a very poor attitude.
Provision should be on channel but time and thank you very much like Major Garrett.
-- what else.
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