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Saturday, December 13, 2003

Soft on Crime...

Bush: US Expects Repayment from Companies that Overcharged for Services in Iraq
VOA News
13 Dec 2003, 09:50 UTC

"President Bush says if any company charged the U.S. government too much for services in Iraq, it must give back the money.

Speaking to reporters in the White House Friday, Mr. Bush expressed confidence that an audit being conducted by the U.S. Defense Department will "lay out the facts for everyone to see."

The Pentagon said this week it had evidence that the U.S. government may have been overcharged for fuel delivered in Iraq this year by Halliburton, a company run by Dick Cheney before he became vice president".

How corrupt must this administration be if the Pentagon believes you're wasting money?
When was the last time you've heard of a company being audited by the pentagon?

I'm sure these war profiteers are shaking in their boots; I mean, just look what our "smoke 'em outta their holes" president did to scofflaws like Ken Lay! If Halliburton is proven to have gouged the price of gasoline, Bush's "tough on crime" approach is that they should give the money back.

Hasn't that always been the Republican approach? If I'm mugged in Central Park, and they catch the guy that did it, cops simply ask that man to "give the money back", and that's the end of it, right?

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