drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,

Hey kids are you doing enough to Privatize War Inc....

What if the issue with War Inc. is bogged down with
In short, KBR can charge the U.S. government anything it wants under the implicit threat that the firm will halt logistical services to troops in Iraq. If the military doesn't pay up in full, KBR has warned, "it would reduce payments to subcontractors, which in turn would cut back on services."

That's according to Charles M. Smith, the senior civilian overseeing the multibillion-dollar contract with KBR during the first two years of the Iraq war. Smith, speaking out for the first time, said he was ousted from his job after he tried to question KBR's massive billing.

[ cf What would the U.S. military do without KBR, its largest logistical contractor? ]
Would this be a bad time to talk about the desertion rate amongst contractors in the Iraqi theatre of almost like war stuff?

Ah yes, thank GOD we have RoboBushCheney
They Shiney!!!

They not bogged down in that reality stuff.

{ scary foot note time: hey kids, where is KBR's Current Corporate HeadQuarter???
Would this be a bad time to remind folks about.... }
Tags: bushcheney2008, war

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