Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Cheney in 94: No Additional Casualties Were Worth Going To Baghdad

So what happened between 1994 and 2003 that made the additional casualties worth it? These talking head fools on the nightly news will be spouting their usual 9/11 garbage. The problem with that argument is that Iraq was not involved with 9/11 and that is a provable fact. Could it be that Dick Cheney was the head of Halliburton from 1995-2000 and still had a deferred compensation deal when the war started?

Now you should understand why additional deaths are necessary now but not then. No bid contracts for Halliburton resulted in higher stock prices and made the Vice President a very wealthy man. Now we should all understand why he chose himself as Vice President to this mental midget we call President Bush.

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