6:38 am June 15, 2010, by Henry Unger
The stakes are enormous. President Obama makes his first Oval Office speech tonight by tackling the disaster in the Gulf.
Up to now, BP has been a textbook case for what not to do.
The federal government, meanwhile, has tried to distance itself from the company recently and take a more forceful stance. Some believe it’s been too little too late.
What do you believe?
What does the president need to convey tonight? How specific does he need to be about the administration’s immediate and long-term plans?
Beyond words, what actions need to be taken?
Please keep comments focused on the oil spill. Thank you.
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