The online conversation has moved on.
Twenty two countries will assist in the effort.
"Let's just fix the problem," he advises.
The Coast Guard is keeping his fingers crossed, but hedging his bets.
Over 60 percent think the country is on the wrong track.
500,000 people tuned in.
The government agency whose coziness with big oil has been blamed for the catastrophic Deepwater Horizon spill is getting its own PR makeover.
A 'Times' investigation looks into the failed "blind shear."
Up to 4 million gallons a day, in fact.
"Thus far, efforts made by mortals have been to no avail."
Certainly you can plug an oil spill remotely from a yacht race. Why not?
That's what one seemingly knowledgeable but anonymous commenter says.
Speech garners fewer viewers than previous addresses did.
It's the follow-through, not the rhetoric, that counts this time.
Now it's guessed to be about 2.5 million gallons a day, or the amount of the entire Exxon Valdez spill every four days.
Obama is "using this crisis to increase the cost of energy," she says.
President also advocates clean energy in Oval Office address.