#makeBPpay National Day of Action
October 25, 2012 | Posted by Ryan Rastegar in BP Oil Disaster

Our national #makeBPpay Twitter Day of Action is here!

Stand with us by demanding BP pay the maximum fines for which they are liable from the 2010 gulf oil spill!

Despite BP’s advertising campaigns to the contrary, the gulf is still suffering from the 2010 spill. Last week, it was announced that 565,000 pounds of oil had washed ashore during Hurricane Isaac. Earlier this month, a three-mile long sheen of oil appeared in the gulf near the Macondo well. Additionally, some reports suggest that BP is negotiating a settlement offer significantly less than half of what they would face at trial. This is unacceptable.

It’s time for BP to stop hiding behind commercials and statements of “robust recovery” and truly commit to making things right for the people and environment of the gulf. BP must pay the maximum fines for which they are liable for the 2010 BP oil spill – now. The Gulf Coast’s ecosystems and communities depend on it.

You can help hold BP accountable by joining us in the #makeBPpay Twitter Day of Action.

Be sure to include the #makeBPpay hashtag as well as tagging @BP_America and @TheJusticeDept in your tweets.

Click on any of the links below to share these tweets on Twitter and to show your support!

Sample Tweets:

Sample kickoff messages to begin the Twitter Day of Action:

Sample tweets to send throughout the Twitter Day of Action:

Here are some sample actions and news articles you can include in your tweets.

One Response to #makeBPpay National Day of Action

  1. le says:

    Go idea we need to do something to mare them remember the M.S.M has forgotten us . As soon as well was capped so was the story .

    Even the right wing radio jocks won't talk about it and with this being something that they could stick Obama with you would at least think they would say something sometime .

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