Thursday, December 11, 2003

It's not corruption anymore
I may be no fan of the administration, but here are some good ideas for free, to help them argue for handing out contracts to US companies.
  1. they collect some of the payments to US contractors back in taxes
  2. the incomes mostly go back into the US economy, further stretching those dollars
  3. it will solidify the administration's place as the most corrupt administration since U.S. Grant's
Adjusted for inflation, Bush has given more no-bid contracts to his friends and family than any President in history, but that's only called corruption in other times. Right?

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