[eDebate] do hoe+korcok work for halliburton or fox news?

Josh Hoe jbhdb8
Sun Jul 2 21:50:45 CDT 2006

I never said Iraq was better off without Saddam....I only said that we on
the left should make stronger arguments against the war,


On 7/2/06, Jake Stromboli <infracaninophile at hotmail.com> wrote:
> nice tony snow spin on the war, hoe.   swallowin fox news for kicks these
> days.
> iraq is better off without saddam.  is that the real story behind the war
> or
> the IDEOLOGICAL SPIN behind the seizure of oil fields?  halliburton is way
> better off without saddam with a 600% increase in contracts which of
> course
> is not a conflict of interest with the vice-president who should be
> impeached and not defended for deliberately causing civil war for oil:
> http://www.rawstory.com/news/2006/Report_Federal_contracts_rise_86_under_0619.html
> then there's the email that suggests army corps of engineers lied about
> cheney's role in awarding no bid contracts:
> http://www.halliburtonwatch.org/news/cheneyemails.html
> why are you promoting the spin that masks the conflict of interest and the
> real motive for war?
> the Project for a New American Century to which Cheney belonged planned
> the
> war well before 9/11 and based their reasoning on the Wurmser book.
> officials from the first term confirm that bush wanted to oust saddam
> before
> 9/11.  if you don't think that the primary motive is profits for
> halliburton, then you are smoking crack.   the iraq is better off without
> saddam is the halliburton ideology.
> if you don't think cheney is getting paid under the table for his role in
> awarding a 600% increase in no bid contracts through the offshore caymans
> accounts he set up while CEO, then you are smoking crack.
> http://www.halliburtonwatch.org/news/guide.htm
> "Congress reported that Halliburton owns 17 subsidiaries in tax haven
> countries, including 13 in the Cayman Islands, which has no corporate
> income
> tax, two in Liechtenstein and two in Panama.
> An analysis by CitizenWorks.org found a far greater number Halliburton tax
> havens. The nonprofit public interest group found that, while Dick Cheney
> was CEO of Halliburton (between 1995 and 2000), the number of Halliburton
> subsidiaries incorporated in offshore tax havens rose from 9 to 44."
> unquote
> this war has nothing to do with a better life for iraqis.   this war has
> to
> do with military occupation of the oil fields and profits for dick cheney.
> those who stretch ideological justifications for this disgusting abuse of
> power which is a blatant conflict of interest are incompetent and blind.
> murder for oil good      b/c we ousted saddam -- that's fucking brilliant
> "i
> guess"?
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