Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Agenda Offenda

The title of this article is Oil Find Near Kenya Border Excites Business Interest.
A quote from the article,
“The US, which pledged $1.7 billion, said its contribution would be unlocked by the government's ending hostilities in the western Sudan region, that have claimed about 100,000 lives.”
As we all know the U.S. is very good at pledging money. Somewhere in Washington on the books somewhere is a pledge to the 13 colonies. You can almost sense a vote coming up in this session of Congress on the right to invade any country that has ever had a terrorist travel across their borders that also contains exploitable natural resources. We’ll call it the Lugar bill after Richard Lugar from Indiana.

- Chris Mansel

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