So, in a few months, when Hurricane season hits, isn't the real problem for the Southeast and the Gulf Coast going to be all of the problems that will be a result of the spill when the hurricanes roll in?

I am no scientist, but wont the tropical storms basically suck up the water and oil, and then rain it back down over the entire wouthern coastline?

That will, in effect be acid rain. Basically. Right? If a hurricane races over a body of water that is part water, part oil, that is an equation that will result in really, really bad sh**.

Raining oil???? Yikes.