You postulated the rest yourself. Regardless, the point stands. Without the threat of shutting down fields by the revocation of permits, the oil industry will have no substantial reason to take safety and clean up seriously. The evidence of that being the current trend of oil spills. There were 9 oil spills, simultaneously, during Hurricane Katrina. Since then, there have 13 since then. From 1990-2000, there were 5 total. Even excluding Hurricane Katrina, that's still double the number of spills, in less then 10 years. Would you not say that is concerning?If it takes a temporary shut of the oil fields, to make sure they know the American people are tired of paying the price for their f***k ups, I'll get a bike, and support that decision.