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- Posted on Jun 3rd 2010 10:00AM by John D. Luerssen
"The fact that something like that could happen and the people who are to blame don't have the ability to instantly cap it and clean it up, it's something that's got to be addressed," he told reporters. When pressed for his ideas on cleaning up the environmental nightmare, McCartney added, "I'm not a politician, so I wouldn't know."
In related news, McCartney has just expanded his North American summer tour, adding five dates to his 'Up and Coming' trek. The onetime Beatle will play the Pepsi Center in Denver on July 15, the Sprint Center in Kansas City on July 24, Toronto's Air Canada Centre on Aug. 8, the Bell Centre in Montreal on Aug. 12 and the Consol Energy Arena in Pittsburgh on Aug. 18. Tickets for all shows go on sale to the general public on June 14 after a presale via McCartney's official website on June 9.