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Evil greedy bastards Halliburton swings to $1.1 billion profit, cites 2005 as company’s best. [But they can’t feed the troops better than Sheriff Joe…] By Steve Quinn ASSOCIATED PRESS 5:45 p.m. January 26, 2006 DALLAS – Oilfield services conglomerate Halliburton Co. swung to a profit in its fourth quarter on robust sales and increased rig […]Read more "Halliburton swings to $1.1 billion profit, cites 2005 as company’s best"
If I were King of the Forest, Not queen, not duke, not prince. My regal robes of the forest, would be satin, not cotton, not chintz. I’d command each thing, be it fish or fowl. With a woof and a woof and a royal growl – woof. As I’d click my heel, all the trees […]Read more "If I were King of the Forest…"
Bush: U.S. to stay in Iraq till every soldier is fricking dead or Halliburton stock hits 100. Dear George: It’s great that you now have a “plan” for victory. Too bad you did not have this plan BEFORE you accomplished whatever mission it was 2 years ago. Love, the WalMart NationRead more "“Victory” is the new “quagmire”"
Here’s the real “steady leadership” you promised, Mr. President ***************************************************** By Gen. (ret.) Wesley ClarkWashington Post Unabridged Version August 26, 2005 In the old, familiar fashion, mounting US casualties in Iraq have mobilized increasing public doubts about the war. Now, more than half the American people believe that the invasion of Iraq was a mistake. […]Read more "Before It’s Too Late in Iraq"
I’m curious, George. WTF were you thinking? At any point? One thousand days of war, 2,000 killed, $300 billion not paid for by oil revenue and what do we have to show for it? An impending Iran clone. But don’t worry. But, ignore that, because your SUV takes $100 to fill up (since we’re not getting […]Read more "One of my turns coming on…"
George on the permanent state of war “I understand the anguish that some feel about the death that takes place [in Iraq].” George Bush about Cindy Sheehan’s dead son. Will there ever be a day when George joins the “some” and actually feels some connection to the blood shed at his behest, when George acknowledges that his […]Read more ":rolleyes:"