Friday, July 30, 2004


Have you noticed that there is corruption and criminality in everything George W. Bush touches? First Halliburton, and now this:

A comprehensive examination of the U.S.-led agency that oversaw the rebuilding of Iraq has triggered at least 27 criminal investigations and produced evidence of millions of dollars' worth of fraud, waste and abuse, according to a report by the Coalition Provisional Authority's inspector general.

The report also says that U.S. civilian authorities in Iraq failed to keep good track of nearly $1 billion in Iraqi money spent for reconstruction projects and can't produce records to show whether they got some services and products they paid for.

George W. Bush murdered Iraq so his cronies could fatten themselves on the remains.

There is no other reasonable conclusion.

No comments: