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Gulf of Mexico / Oil Spill / A Discussion (Part II) #967704

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 09, 2010
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(New Orleans: Anderson Cooper) What President Obama & former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin have said about the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico noted. [In response to question from Ed Henry, White House press secretary Robert GIBBS†- explains the business structure.]

(New Orleans: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's James Carville & historian Douglas Brinkley about the spill & what the White House is doing; inset video of the oil flow shown. [CARVILLE - says we need to treat this as an invasion that could destroy the life of Louisiana; states BP has to be told they will have to pay for things to clean up the oil; says "Move!"] [BRINKLEY - outlines what needs to be done about the oil flow, the cleanup & holding BP responsible; states the Mississippi River has to be re-directed into the marshlands to help the Gulf recover; lists the laws BP has broken & the need for a major public works act.]

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