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BP CEO Tony Hayward may want his life back, but the life he's living doesn't seem all that bad.

As the gusher continues to flow a mile below the surface in the Gulf. BP CEO Tony Hayward spent Saturday at a prestigious yacht race around England's Isle of Wight.
Hayward isn't alone in his cavalier, rich-man leadership style. The president grabbed the vice president for a 5 hour golf outing.
The White House pool report noted that Obama left at about 1 p.m. for the course at Andrews Air Force base, and his golfing parters included White House Trip Director Marvin Nicholson and David Katz, the energy efficiency campaign manager at the Department of Energy.
Now that the president has taken full charge of coordinating things in the Gulf, you expect they've gotten much better, right?
“I had a meeting with BP and the Coast guard, and I truly believe the people on the ground here are trying, but I still can’t tell you honestly who is in charge,” Nungesser told me on “GMA.” “They look across the table at each other and it’s not getting done.”
Great idea to take a professor and give him the world's number one management position.