posted on Sep, 4 2005 @ 06:30 PM
Originally posted by Seekerof
The Navy has hired Houston-based Halliburton Co. to restore electric power, repair roofs and remove debris at three naval facilities in Mississippi
damaged by Hurricane Katrina.
Halliburton subsidiary KBR will also perform damage assessments at other naval installations in New Orleans as soon as it is safe to do so.
KBR was assigned the work under a "construction capabilities" contract awarded in 2004 after a competitive bidding process. The company is not
involved in the Army Corps of Engineers' effort to repair New Orleans' levees.
Halliburton hired for storm cleanup
Oppps, this is more of that concrete proof that Cheney and Bush, was behind Hurricane Katrina so that they could become even richer. First they
profited off of Iraq, and now they are going to profit off the worst natural castastrophe to hit the US.
[edit on 2-9-2005 by Seekerof]
And the donations keep rolling in...are you kidding me? We didn't donate money to Iraq to help rebuild their infrastructure, yet the government asks
Americans - already saturated with high income taxes, high gas taxes, et al - to donate their monies to help those in New Orleans. You gotta be
Via the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act (42 U.S.C. 5121-5206), once a Governor requests emergency relief from the
President of the United States, this Act kicks in...this Act provides all the monies (from past income taxes, gas taxes, et al) to help rebuild a
disaster zone in America.
Anyone who sends one penny to the American Red Cross, Salvation Army, et cetera, should be dropped into the alligator infested streets of New Orleans
from a helicopter. Americans should demand that only the federal government pay for all monies to the relief of New Orleaners. If it works for Iraq,
it sure darn well should work for us Americans.
And before my "new" thread closes in this section, I would like to add the following:
How long did Bush wait?
That's August 27, 2005. Now check out this link:
That was August 28, 2005. But I guess everyone figured this out by now beings this thread spelled it out already. Awwwwww chucks
Thanks Bush, you're doing a fine job. Could I offer you a dry lot in downtown New Orleans, I hear the prices are rather cheap now...come on Bush,
hurry, while the prices are on the low.
Love ya' Bush...kiss Laura goodnight for me, thanks friend.