Friday, March 12, 2010

No, Senor

Today is Friday, 12 March 2010.

According to yesterday’s The New York Times, Dan Senor is considering running for the Republican nomination to oppose Senator Kirsten Gillibrand of New York, who succeeded Hillary Clinton.

In 2003 and 2004, Senor was chief mouthpiece and spinmeister for the Coalition Provisional Government in Iraq, Senior Advisor to Viceroy Ambassador L. Paul Bremer, and adviser to the Office of Reconstruction and Humanitarian Assistance.

Just what the Senate needs: a professional liar and conspirator in the Bush-Cheney regime’s failed Oil War, who helped kill more than a million Iraqi civilians, thousands of Americans and allies, trash the already-dismal living standards of Iraqis, and fleece American taxpayers of $3 billion.

Senor to the slammer, not the Senate.
Read article here:

Connoisseurs of human gullibility and folly will enjoy the tale of investors in a fraudulent company who “… want 10 current and former commissioners of the Securities and Exchange Commission to pay them $3.87 trillion, an amount equal to about half the United States government debt in public hands.”


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