I've read this before. And if its the same article, it mentioned how deeply Chrney was involved as far as Haliburton goes. They're both still making tons if money and their followers (sheep) are too stupid to catch on.Uncle, I tried to post a couple articles and apparently they won't post it, if they did it would have some kind of good/bad icons so if your put this in a search engine it is worth reading as well as the second one I posted: US, UK Knew Iraq Had No WMDs: Report
New report alleges that MI6, CIA ignored vital intel
I especially liked the comments .. But MI6 and the CIA dismissed the intelligence. Very informative article. Uncle Tab you have got to read these since they won't let me post it. You will see the gaps where they removed it. Trash, lies, gloom and doom is okay. Some FACTS are not??
I only added "When Clinton Lied, Nobody Died" and my normal DITCH MITCH and neither was an "all rights reserved" article. Strange huh? Maybe a paid sock monitoring the thread. Funny though. Here is the title of the second one: Why the war in Iraq was fought for Big Oil which is another one that is quite informative and shows how the previous administration is still banking $$$ off that deal. It can be found on CNN site and here are a couple interesting lines from the article and convinces me even further why the teabagging congress wouldn't confirm him right away as well as him being a repuke before seeing the light and coming to the other side that takes care of people, not CORPS and BIG OIL.
Then-Sen. and now Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said the same in 2007: "People say we're not fighting for oil. Of course we are."
In 2000, Big Oil, including Exxon, Chevron, BP, and Shell, spent more money to get fellow oilmen George W. Bush and Dick Cheney into office than they had spent on any previous election. Just over a week into Bush's first term, their efforts paid off when the National Energy Policy Development Group, chaired by Dick Cheney, was formed, bringing the administration and the oil companies together to plot our collective energy future. In March, the task force reviewed lists and maps outlining Iraq's entire oil productive capacity.
Closer to home, at a protest at Chevron's Houston headquarters in 2010, former U.S. Army Military Intelligence officer Thomas Buonomo, member of Iraq Veterans Against the War, held up a sign which read, "Dear Chevron: Thank you for dishonoring our service."
Yes, the Iraq War was a war for oil, and it was a war with losers: the Iraqi people, and all those who spilled and lost blood so that Big Oil could come out ahead.
Deny, deny, deny is all those teabagging lemming tools can do. Fine by me while the rest of the world knows different and the MAJORITY keeps voting in DEMOCRATS.
And it seems that Cheney was actually President, not Bush when it comes to oil. Lets be honest.... Bush wasn't a businessman.... He broke his baseball team and had to unload it. Nothing worse than a failed businessman (Bush) and a corporate greed hack (Cheney) running our country in the ground.
These people come up with the craziest choices to run our country and when they fail and we vote the idiots out, these dumb republicans complain that the democrat ruined everything even as its proven to be fact that the stock market, jobs, home sales are all doing really good.
This is the lopsided republican mind... Ate up with stupid!