July 9, 2010
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Written by Steve Harrigan, FOX News Channel correspondent who has been reporting live from Grand Isle, Louisiana on the BP Gulf Oil Spill:There was a two-foot high wall of sand about fifty feet from the water in Grand Isle, Louisiana when I arrived in early June. The beach is open, officials said, but the water is closed. An open beach without water in 90 degree heat. As the weeks went by the beach itself began to look less like a beach and more like an industrial park. Tents were set up and portable toilets were put out on the sand every 400 yards. You could tell everything was being done by a book of rules somewhere, however out of touch that book might be with facts on the ground. The port-a-potties outnumbered the cleanup workers, but there must be some rule about how many or how close they need to be to the workers.
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