BushPalin had/have it all covered-
"BP said in the larger document that the company had planned for a worst-case scenario of 12.6 million gallons per day, and that skimming vessels could recover 17.6 million gallons per day.
It also cited a Web site with locations where response supplies were stored on the Gulf Coast. But the Web site address listed took the user to "what appears to be a Japanese social networking site."
As The Associated Press now reports, the plan has even bigger holes:
Among the experts it cites for possible consultation is a professor who died in 2005.
Other experts are listed with incorrect names and phone numbers, and some offices have numbers that are no longer in service.
Someone at BP apparently wasted time worrying about the impact of a spill on walruses, sea lions and seals. None of those creatures is found in or near the Gulf of Mexico.
Theres no mention of the Gulf Loop Current and the possibility of oil being caught up in it and conveyed to south Florida or even the East Coast. (However, the BP plan did project a 21 percent chance of oil reaching the Louisiana coast.)"
I particularly like the last one, as I'm sure Floridian's and all those other states on the East coast up to about Cape Hatteras would.