Monday, October 23, 2006

"Iraq was better than expected. Overall, there is nothing really to question or be skeptical about. I think the results are very good."

Good for Halliburton that is, according to Jeff Tillery, analyst with Pickering Energy Partners Inc., and I'm sure he is right. True, Iraq is rapidly falling into civil war, and the "reconstruction" that Halliburton is supposedly doing in Iraq is a catastrophic failure, but "Halliburton's Iraq-related work contributed nearly $1.2 billion in revenue in the third quarter of 2006." What's good for Halliburton is good for America, right? Or at least for Dick Cheney, who thinks things are going "remarkably well" in Iraq.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Until Americans pull their collective heads from their collective rectums the inexorable slide into corporate globalist feudalism will continue at an accellerating pace. The incredible levels of willful ignorance and passive acceptance of neo-conservative tyranny and criminality indicates the shocking success of corporatist media mind control over poorly educated college graduated American sheeple.
A steady stream of corporate CEO corpses tossed into the middle of Wall Street by an awakened humanity is the only response the power elite will even notice from the "cattle" they scheme to genocide.

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