Sinks finds places as spokewoman for small business in oil disaster
The state chief financial officer and presumed Democratic nominee for governor may have found her campaign voice in the Gulf oil spill disaster that has consumed the coast of several states.
During the past two months, Sink has berated a BP executive whom she called to appear before the governor and Cabinet, criticized the Obama administration for failing to address troubles in BP's claims process, and worked to position herself as the spokeswoman for small businesses crippled by the oil catastrophe.
(Photos: Sink on Pensacola Beach in interview with Dylan Ratigan of MSNBC and at the BP claims office speaking with business owner Tommy Holmes; Sean Shaw, her consumer advocate listens .)
``She's the only one that has stepped forward and taken the bull by the horns,'' said Tommy Holmes, ownear of Outcast Bait & Tackle, a Pensacola company he built 23 nyears ago now facing bankruptcy. More here.