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If we are in a war on oil the president's gulf war that our next guest is on the front -- straight -- right now with reaction the president's speech last night is Alabama governor.
Bob Riley when you governor.
It -- governor let's start with talking about the condition of your beach -- I've read.
And seeing some pictures at some of Alabama speeches are in terrible -- Well they are one of the plays that I happened early on is there was -- Decision might but the Coast Guard that they wanted it -- is why debates is we really did -- protect it.
And areas all -- that there's all along the -- we can pick it up everybody and we have to claim it but.
A swimming in Basra home debate.
And we have to get through the next three or four months not like that's what they're supported some of the Cleveland go play decided this that the president spent so much time.
Basically on a political agenda not talking about what we going to do fundamentally practically.
To resolve the problems we have here.
Would be fair to say that you and some other people down along the Gulf Coast are probably insulted today that he did spend so much time.
Not talking about how to fix your problems and he said he had some big plan -- -- and plug it up and we're gonna.
But to -- -- political agenda he's even trying to get this energy thing through congress for awhile and now he's using this crisis to push his plan.
Are you insult.
Tell someone you.
Thought someone used a great analogy -- my house is on fire I don't leave the fire chief telling me I should not built to house battle would could somebody to put the fire out.
That's where we are today we have a crisis here it is a growing crisis.
Sunday morning not house of flying.
It if you can get up over and we looked so out essentially all this oil -- beginning -- this coming into the short we know we're going to be dealing with this.
For the next couple of -- months at least it's going into our estuaries of school and its -- marshes we need every.
Piece of equipment the federal government or they pay you or anyone else has to stop it and lock this place them tonight.
And last night we were going through again the -- -- Of -- or cool.
Persuasion that president is very good -- but not now.
You know so much of that boom stuff has gone to Louisiana.
And it him do you guys have enough stuff.
Now would never have enough stuff and one of the plays that up like aggravated so many outlets is that when they came and it took hours away now whether it was a direct result of giants horrible coming out and -- and I -- -- have.
Analysts don't know I don't know that we have a well well one thing once -- lay up.
We would never get it back once it was light in Louisiana -- would not get it back -- one of the reasons.
That we -- oil today going into the mobile body and to our -- Is -- the last three or four weeks that limited resource was not available for us to go ahead and deploy in spite of Alabama.
Now -- well we know now the president's on the case let's just hope you get the stuff that you need.
All right -- well the biggest find that we need right now as we've made a streamlined process where we don't out.
25 different government agencies and veto power over everything every one of its flights won't.
Yeah I know you want it streamlined and the president's now talking about a commission and bizarre and let's just hope you get -- things you need all right governor Bob Riley from the great state of Alabama thank you very much sir for -- like to.
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