Economist Robert Reich Calls The GOP's Economic & Political Tactics TREASON
Daily Kos: Dick Cheney - War Profiteer
Reader Supported News: Dick Cheney's HALLIBURTON Got 39.5 Billion From the Iraq War
Politifact (Rated TRUE): Chris Mathews Says Dick Cheney Got 34 Million Pay Day From Halliburton
Newsweek: Dick Cheney's Biggest Lie
i.e. Dick Cheney attacked a country using taxpayer money (by increasing debt) and killing soldiers (I'm assuming each life is priceless), and he did ALL of this for 34 Million dollars. Interesting, huh? Halliburton at least allowed it for 39 Billion which is more respectable of a theft. Maybe Dick Cheney made up for his lack of profit from the Iraq War it in the financial scandal that appeared out of nowhere?
This is what happened after all of the above;
It's like the politicians bought by the oil companies overdid thier grovelling and lack of fining to the point where even the oil company is embarrassed thus leaving extra cash.
Judge Johnny - HalliburtonJudge Johnny issues a ruling on Halliburton's role in the cover-up following the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill. (04:46):
Halliburton got $7B in no-bid Iraq contracts
During Vice President Dick Cheney's tenure as its chief executive, the Halliburton Corporation altered its accounting policies so it could report as revenue more than $100 million in disputed costs on big construction projects, public filings by the company show. Halliburton did not disclose the change to investors for over a year.
Vice President Dick Cheney’s stock options in Halliburton rose from $241,498 in 2004 to over $8 million in 2005, an increase of more than 3,000 percent, as Halliburton continues to rake in billions of dollars from no-bid/no-audit government contracts.
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