I think it goes without saying that there is never a good time for an oil spill.  Certainly, the "drill baby drill" crowd would agree with me on that. Yesterday, sheltered from the pounding rain in his boat Capt. Kip Marquize tells us why this disaster couldn't have happened at a worse time for the fishermen and shrimpers of the Gulf Coast.

Read more about Kip's concerns.

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Deepwater Dispatches: The worst possible time
From the NRDC team in New Orleans is an interview with a local fisherman about the horrible timing of the spill.