Monday, September 05, 2005

Corporations Get Even More "in"

Goodness gracious looky here! Link

We offer one-stop service to clients pursuing projects in Iraq, from solicitation and RFP counseling to working with key government and multilateral agencies, and from initially penetrating the Iraqi marketplace to final project implementation. Our attorneys are recognized as leaders in their fields, and at the cutting-edge in a variety of disciplines relevant to Iraq reconstruction. A number have served in senior government positions in key agencies–including the Departments of Transportation, Navy, Justice and Commerce, as well as the Agency for International Development (USAID) and the World Bank."

And now the Supreme Court.

2 Comments:

Blogger Dedanna said...

Well, Ron, it's like this:

They didn't let the Red Cross in to help.

They didn't let other organizations in to help.

They didn't let ham radio operators in to help.

They didn't let the "regular folks" in to help.

Gee, with all those that they didn't let in, I'm figuring there must have been something to hide there, something they didn't want anyone to see.

Wonder what it could be that they're hiding?

Wonder if it's just that they wanted the oil, just like in Iraq, and wanted to make sure it would be okay for the corporations?

The people be damned?

I don't know. That makes too much sense for the neocons.

7:57 AM, September 06, 2005  
Blogger Dedanna said...

And, of course, this is why Bush nominated Roberts so quickly. The real agenda. He knew that hurricane would hit, and was trying to find a way to reap in the benefits even then.

Sickening, ain't it?

7:57 AM, September 07, 2005  

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