to his right, in sports coat, former Illinois State Sen. William Marovitz.
You know what's funnier than that? Is the lefties are all agog today because Tony Hayward, the BP ceo is at a yacht race Saturday. They wanted him off the job, now he is, and they're *(^__ whining still.
LONDON (AP) - BP chief executive Tony Hayward, often criticized for being tone-deaf to U.S. concerns about the worst oil spill in American history, took time off Saturday to attend a glitzy yacht race off England's Isle of Wight.
Spokeswoman Sheila Williams said Hayward took a break from overseeing BP efforts to stem the undersea gusher in Gulf of Mexico to watch his boat "Bob" participate in the J.P. Morgan Asset Management Round the Island Race.
The one-day yacht race is one of the world's largest, attracting hundreds of boats and thousands of sailors... My Way News - As oil spews in Gulf, BP chief at UK yacht race
Obama gets a pass but no one else does and he's as responsible for this spill as Heyward is.
The CEO wasn't on the rig when it exploded but Obama's people were. 10 days before as well giving away awards even for safety records!!!
Where's the outrage over that shit?
(obama at his very best, jerking off at our expense...the animal house president, only he's more like part of the geek squad in Revenge of the Nerds)
Stephen Strasburg set a strikeout record in front of on Friday — but both had left the game by the time the won the game in the 11th inning.
Strasburg, the 21-year-old rookie sensation, struck out 10 to run his strikeout tally to an unprecedented 32 through his first three starts, yet he experienced his first no-decision in the White Sox’ 2-1 victory over the host.
The Nationals have lost six of seven, with Strasburg accounting for the only victory during that stretch.
Strasburg allowed four hits over seven innings and at one point retired 15 batters in a row. He lowered his earned run average to 1.86 and didn’t walk a batter for the second time in three starts.