Meanwhile, I read in the paper that all the White House mess and all their holiday reception menus will feature Gulf seafood in an attempt to encourage its consumption.
Doesn’t that qualify as an assassination attempt?
A mile below the surface in the Gulf of Mexico, there is little sign of life.
“It looks like everything’s dead,” University of Georgia professor Samantha Joye said.
In an exclusive trip aboard the U.S. Navy’s deep-ocean research submersible Alvin, ABC News was given the chance to observe the impact of this summer’s massive oil spill that most will never see.
The ocean floor appears to be littered with twigs, but Joye points out that they are actually dead worms and that Alvin is sitting on top of what is considered an 80-square mile kill zone.