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Originally posted by EastCoastKid
I'm just curious... Where are all those BushCo. sycophants trying to defend Cheney's criminal actions? No takers, eh? No rebuttals?
There's no defending the indefensible.
Originally posted by NashMan
Notice in 2001, when "BushCo" took office that the price was just under $40 and now is about $30. Doesn't seem like Cheney made much does it?
Halliburton Co., the largest U.S. oilfield-services company, may have overcharged the government for fuel deliveries in Iraq because of an “antiquated” accounting system, and no evidence suggests the costs were deliberately inflated, Pentagon Comptroller Dov Zakheim said.
Zakheim said the problem appears to stem from an antiquated accounting and cost-estimating system at the company that Vice President Dick Cheney headed from 1995 to 2000. Halliburton has assigned a 25-person team to correct that within “the next couple of months,” he said.