Business is good for Cheney for the war on terror!?

http://www.halliburtonwatch.org/reports/houston200...

Nothing like getting all the business and doing nuclear work - for Iran!

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  • lcmcpa
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
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    Hopefully Cheney won't live to reap the rewards of his reign. But of course, his relatives will. God help us all.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I think it's a travesty the the Vice President's former company received a no-bid contract to do everything in Iraq from rebuild the infrastructure to feeding the troops in Iraq and maintaining their laundry facilities They did a heck of a job with feeding our troops. Halliburton provides products and services to the petroleum and energy industries to aid in the exploration, development and production of natural resources, so I'm sure they were very well qualified to supply FOOD to our troops and do thier laundry.

    "Outrage overflowed on Capitol Hill this summer when members of Congress learned that Halliburton's dining halls in Iraq had repeatedly served spoiled food to unsuspecting troops. "This happened quite a bit," said Rory Mayberry, a former food manager with Halliburton's KBR subsidiary"

    Hey Colorodo, a lot of people own Halliburton stock but there is only one CEO at the top. (used to be D.C., remember)

  • 1 decade ago

    Yes Cheney is and the oil companies are also. Dick is actually the Vice-President of the oil companies of America. And he does a hell of a job protecting them from the general public.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    And doing it on the cheap, and overbilling, and not looking after the safety of your employees.

    Just watch how they reward Cheney after he leaves office!

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  • 1 decade ago

    Sadly, you learned to type. Michale Moore also owned Hallibuton stock as well as many of your liberal friends in congress who still do. How is their war effort going?

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