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Saturday, May 26, 2007

US Sends Arms to Lebanese Troops

So were those arms paid for from the...

$100 Billion that the Democrats gave to Bush this week? or from the...

pallet loads of 8.8 Billion in cash that the Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA) "lost" in Iraq or from the...

20 billion dollars in oil revenues and other Iraqi funds intended to rebuild the country [that] have disappeared from banks administered by the CPA or from the...

8.2 billion dollars worth of contracts awarded to Halliburton from the defense department to provide support services such as meals, shelter, laundry and Internet connections for U.S. soldiers in Iraq?


Or where? Or was all that part of one big loss? I'm so confused...as the Neocons want us to be. I mean, what's a little money here and there? It's just not important. And what difference does it make anyway? That's what David Oliver, the first head of finance for the Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA) in Baghdada in 2003, told the BBC.

ANYway...what are we doing funding a Lebanese war? Doesn't Bush have to ask for that money first? Ugh. Probably not.

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