posted on Jun, 21 2004 @ 02:10 AM
Well apparently he worked for the SEC on restructuring policies of the system. At that time, he was trying to get a Washington job through an
individual who later became an advisor to the CPA governor in Iraq. It seems as though he got the job through incessant calling to the individual who
later gave him the job.
Now, it seems that no one else wanted it, but that was probably because of the choice of the government to deny the Army a prominent role in
rebuilding Iraq. Check out this article:
The Army had a guy set up that was a former vice-president and chief economic advisor for NASDAQ.
These choices in the CPA are apparently the result of denying the Army a prominent role in Iraq.