|Iraq for Sale: The War Profiteers DVD
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|Author:||A Proud Liberal [ Tue Mar 11, 2008 4:40 am ]|
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Iraq for Sale: The War Profiteers DVD
Iraq for Sale: The War Profiteers is the story of what happens to everyday Americans when corporations go to war.
"Regardless of the war, the administration, or the various sophistries for expending human lives as a matter of government policy, profiteering from it universally offends all citizens, whether they are Republicans, Democrats, Independents, other parties or no shows." --Charles Lewis, founder of the Center for Public Integrity
I was very pleased to hear Mike Malloy pushing a DVD that Jesse has for sale and mentioning TV News Lies.org specifically.
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|Author:||Catherine [ Tue Mar 11, 2008 6:48 am ]|
Excellent news, APL...thanks for posting that info!
AND it seems that the much-touted SURGE isn't really working, according to this report from Eugene Robinson at Truthdig:
[url=http://www.truthdig.com/report/item/20080311_so_much_for_the_surge/]So Much for the Surge
Has anyone noticed that Iraq, supposedly transformed into an oasis of peace and tranquility by George W. Bush’s troop surge, is growing less peaceful and tranquil by the day?
The nation’s attention has been riveted by the presidential campaign, with its compelling characters and its edge-of-your-seat story line. Iraq is treated almost as a theoretical issue: What would happen there if Barack Obama became president, as opposed to what would happen if Hillary Clinton became president, as opposed to what would happen if John McCain became president? There has been little debate about what’s happening in Iraq right now.
That seems likely to change.
The past several weeks have seen a recrudescence of the kind of horrifying, spectacular violence that the Decider’s surge was supposed to have ended.
Last Thursday, two massive bombs hit a shopping district in the Shiite-dominated Karada neighborhood of Baghdad, killing 68 people and injuring more than 120. That atrocity followed twin car-bomb explosions earlier in the week that killed 24 people and wounded 56 elsewhere in the city.
On Monday came what was described as the worst attack on U.S. forces in months. According to Iraqi police, a suicide bomber approached an American patrol in Baghdad and detonated his explosives, killing five soldiers and injuring three others. U.S. military officials confirmed the deaths but did not immediately give details of the incident.
|Author:||dori [ Tue Mar 11, 2008 11:39 pm ]|
Yes, APL, thank you for the info.
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