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    Posted January 21, 2012 by
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    Become a Hero for Gulf Coast Children Sick from the BP Oil Spill

     

    I AM SPEAKING AS A PARENT THE ATTACHED PHOTOS ARE OF MY 5 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER KATY..THIS WAS WHAT HAPPENED AFTER BEING IN ORANGE BEACH,AL FOR A COUPLE OF HOURS LAST FALL!

    I am lucky she has made a full recovery but many haven't........

     

    We along the Gulf Coast need your Help , many of our Residents are still suffering ill health effects from exposure to the 2010 BP oil/ dispersant disaster.

    Now meet some of the other sick children and coastal residents in the attached you tube video link by

    Kindra Arnesen

    Video created By Lousiana Environmental Action Network

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9vVZ51XAUXA&feature=uploademail

     

    But You Can Help and here is how ..

    First by sharing this story with everyone you know
    another way you can Help is by contacting your Local, State and Congress people and Demand a Congressional Hearing on the Health effects of exposure to Crude oil and dispersant..
    Then click this Link and sign our Petition asking for the samething >>

    >> http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/hold-a-congressional-hearing-concerning-the-continuing-health-affects-from-the-bp-deep-water-oil/
    Remember we can make a difference in the lives of so many .. if after watching the video

    you still aren't moved.. then ask yourself one final question..


    WHAT IF THIS WAS MY CHILD OR GRANDCHILD ??

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