posted on Nov, 27 2007 @ 12:17 PM
This is the man who is our Vice President. US sanctions didn't bother him at all he said in the article, when he was a CEO for Haliburton, that was
something for the President to worry about, not him as a CEO of a private company.
So now with more sanctions against Iran being talked about, why should private companies respect these sanctions when the vice president of the USA
wouldn't when he was working in the private sector?
And I quote from the article:
Q: You opposed unilateral sanctions on Iran when you were CEO of Halliburton.
THE VICE PRESIDENT: I did.
That’s a whole set of considerations that a CEO doesn’t have to worry about, that a private company doesn’t have to worry about. But
the President of the United States does.
Wasn't he a citizen of the US then? Why does he think he didn't have to worry about the sanctions? Why should any other US company respect the
sanctions after hearing this?
Should US companies respect the sanctions?
Dick Cheney, some role model!
Do as I say, Not as I do!
(visit the link for the full news article)
[edit on 27/11/07 by Keyhole]