If you thought the fist-shaking over BP’s lack of progress in cleaning up the Gulf was over yesterday, you’re wrong. The anniversary of the spill, the once-again-profitable oil company also happened to be the deadline to report spending on lobbying. The $2-million spent places BP’s spending on track to top last year’s total of $7.4 million, but it’s working. BP achieved their top priority to convince Obama to lift to moratorium on offshore drilling. Further lobbying efforts include advocating Congressional Republicans’ a controversial bill to speed up the drilling permit process and appealing to various governmental agencies to limit BP’s contribution to the cleanup effort.