Talk Radio Host Urges Followers To File BP Claims: “Be As Vague As You Can”

Posted by | July 1, 2010 16:55 | Filed under: Top Stories

By The River Wanders

A quick trip to Mark Williams’s blog shows the reader (even in, say, Maine or Idaho) how to profit from the BP oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico.

The blog entry entitled “How to file a claim for your portion of the $20 Billion BP slushfund” provides a link to the official online claim form, a link to legal help in filing your claim, and equates the access to the money as a “gang bang.”

Williams, who is affiliated with the Tea Party Express, also tells his readers that filing a claim is perfectly legal and urges claimants to be as vague as possible since documentation to support the calculation is not required.

In reference to President Obama, Williams says “I could learn to like life under this Indonesian Muslim from Kenya turned Chi-Town welfare thug.

While it may be legal to file a claim for damages, those damages must be real: not fictional, not imaginary, and not “political statements.” Fraud by any other name is still… fraud.

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By: TheRiverWanders

Independent parent, aspiring author and generally good egg with an occasional foul temper whose deepest curiosities lie in psychology, law, government, history, equal rights, animal rights and child development. Progressive. Allergic to stupid.

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