Date: Thu, 28 Dec 2006 00:20:13 GMT
From: - Bob - <uctraingnospamanet.com>
Subject: Re: Million Mile Saab 900 SPG


On Wed, 27 Dec 2006 10:22:14 -0600, John B <rotten_NOSPAM_nospam.org> wrote: >Quoted from http://www.snopes.com/politics/war/wmdquotes.asp : >"However, some of the quotes are truncated, and context is provided for none of >them -- <snip> announced the action had been successful in >'degrad[ing] Saddam Hussein's ability to deliver chemical, biological and >nuclear weapons.' " John: I don't really care which political ding-dong said what and with what political goal. I'm aligned with facts and the Constitution, not politicians and parties. Bush lied, twisted, bent, distorted, facts whilst trying to ruin the careers and credibility of anyone who dared oppose their false presentations. Why did Bush want to attack so badly? If Bush waited and they found no WMD's, then he'd have no reason to attack. And he really wanted to attack. Want to know why? Remember the "Energy Task Force" meetings that Dick Cheney held with Enron and other major oil company exec's? These meetings took place starting long before 9-11-2001. Cheney has refused to discuss what was talked about. Some non-partisan groups have been fighting since April 2001 to get the "task force" minutes released under the FOIA and extended lawsuits up through the Supreme Court. At this point, the only thing they have managed to pry loose are the graphics presentations from those meetings. But, that might just be enough. This graphic shows Iraq sliced up like a side of beef to be served (funny thing to do with Iraq in 2000/2001 since we had no business going on there): http://www.judicialwatch.org/IraqOilMap.pdf Rumors have consistently surfaced that US oil companies were very concerned that when IRAQ's sanctions were lifted (which was being pushed for by some countries) that they would be left out of the oil bonanza that would result (IRAQ has much of the world's oil). It was getting close to "lift the sanctions" time since Saddaam had conformed to most of the UN requirements. US oil companies were about to be left out of the biggest bonanza of the millennium. Just a rumor though, right? Well, take a look at this presentation from the Task force, wherein they were looking at the "Foreign Suitors for Iraqi oil fields". http://www.judicialwatch.org/IraqOilFrgnSuitors.pdf http://www.judicialwatch.org/IraqOilGasProj.pdf Funny they should be so concerned about who was getting the Iraqi oil, when it could not possibly be US companies, as we were forbidden from doing business with IRAQ under the sanctions. Ah, but no Saddaam, no sanctions. Read some facts, learn a lot. Or in this case, just look at the pictures.

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