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Good present by a British Petroleum -- and launching a worldwide advertising blitz.
To show is on top of a mess you know as the president claims it is DP.
That is the best questioning spending your precious dollars on these ads at this time.
Not starting the president himself we're spending -- -- dollars on -- was to sell his health care -- -- Which is still feels the need to sell even though it's already past but I digress PR guru phrases like -- gold.
This side of hypocrisy Fraser the author of the practice.
It's so bad move for the -- And to condemn these guys you know it's maxim -- flexibility the last refuge of the desperate -- -- president.
This guy has been criticized for moving too slowly on his Katrina.
Then he's been criticized for not promoting so what does he -- he picks on everybody's favorite corporate villain do oil industry.
It's absolutely unconscionable first of all the thing is BP has tried.
To make amends for this tragedy and and it's all the misstatements.
That the CEO Tony -- made were terrible -- -- ice -- of the poster child or whatever action well but misstatements -- not always -- he's off script -- was a modest bill you know what I wanna get my life back all bad but consistently shown it's in here but what they've done union compared to Exxon Valdez there at the scene when he's.
He's there he's answering their questions he's finally realized he's got to show remorse.
For the old with a horrible tragedy for all the people down they are number one.
Number two he said we're gonna fix this bill number three what we're gonna pay all legitimate claims what the president said today which is really hypocritical.
Was he's not going to be he's not gonna nickel dime the fishermen in New Orleans because they're running and -- -- you look at the ads -- community.
A million dollar campaign right so the company feels that about it when it makes billions so.
This is relevant subject of the scheme of things and do it do -- of these senate.
Keeping itself PR flow so it doesn't go under well -- suffering the -- but what bothers you the most of doubt.
-- Here's what bothers me first of all.
It's their fault what if you're the public relations advisor to BP what do you -- what -- -- you say we're gonna fix the spill you got to fix the spill.
No amount of public relations going to solve that number one.
Number two you say as they did early on we're gonna pay all legitimate claims so for this guy who's been dealing with them.
Every step of the way who who acknowledges.
They've got the technology finally to fix it.
For him to say we don't want -- nickel dining anybody is is desperation not even Bill Maher wouldn't see -- hypocrisy.
In that state.
But you know how these things go visit public appearance of the predator I've talked to CEOs -- into the White House for these private sessions at an Atlanta based and outside inside attention put cordial and friendly.
But having said that do you think that the president realizes if he goes too far and pushes BP over the edge.
You know a broke person campaigning bills and broke company can pay any damages -- company can make hold an area that's lost a bundle so.
He must privately real -- of.
Course and this in -- -- what you're saying is isn't this just cosmetics.
Yes but look at this guy I mean this guy came in the White House is transparent.
I'm a good communicate -- ran the best campaign in the history of presidential public relations campaigns.
What he's doing now is pandering to the crowd it makes no sense the thing to do is say look these people make mistakes we're gonna get along with a -- get this done.
That's the high road he hasn't taken it.
There are very clear all right -- could sing good to see it.
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