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Monday, September 05, 2005


Halliburton Subsidiary Taps Contract For Repairs

Halliburton Subsidiary Taps Contract For Repairs

Ok, first of all, this outfit, Kellogg, Brown & Root Services Inc. (KBR), 'won' this contract. They are a subsidiary of Halliburton, and probably didn't have to do so much as call dibs on this gig. And KBR is the group in charge of restoring Iraqi oil fields -- you know, where all that Iraqi oil comes from, the oil that was supposed to pay for the reconstruction. Right.

Second, KBR scored this gig "to provide "debris removal and other emergency work associated with natural disasters" last July? Now, I don't have a degree in Conspiracy Theory, but damn that smells funny. I mean, FEMA had already, in what was it, 2001, reported that, after a terrorist attack on NYC, the next most devastating catastrophe likely to befall the home of the brave would be, well, Hurricane Katrina. The third item up for bid on that list was a massive earthquake hitting San Francisco.

I wonder if KBR, or any other Halliburton subsidiary, has any kind of contract over there. Because, you know, if God's gonna smite Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama all for a few days of homos whoopin' it up Girls Gone Wild style in N'awlins, then San Francisco's gotta mad shaker comin' from Yahweh the Homophobe.


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