Venezuelan pollution worse than thought
By A. M. Mora y Leon, The American Thinker
02.12.04 | The oil tanker spill in the Delaware River, caused by a Venezuelan-chartered single hull (cheap and old) tanker is worse than previously thought. First reported (in gallons - to make it seem bigger) at just over 700 barrels of oil, it is now suspected that as much as 11,000 barrels or more could be spilled.
This may loom as a huge PR problem for the Castroite Chavez regime. The MSM will avoid referring to Venezuela's role as long as possible, but that's why the internet still has a role, even after Rather's resignation.
Chavez: slayer of duckies and birdies.
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