Saturday, June 19, 2010


The US Military Industrial Complex rears it's ugly head once again. This time to protect BP and insure that it continues to do business with the US government. We need a Defense Department that does not defend the corporate agenda and is willing to STOP collaborating with corporations like BP and Blackwater.

Didn't our Congress almost turns itself inside out to defund ACORN due to alleged fraud? (Acorn has now been judged as INNOCENT but the right wing activists who "exposed" Acorn did so with heavily edited tapes that gave a false picture of what occurred.) The Republicans said this was not political but that fraudulent activity should NOT be allowed in government contracting. So where's Congress when BP is exposed for more serious offenses?

percent of their fuel needs. Our military needs to start buying it's oil elsewhere. This is outrageous.

Hat tip to the corporate crime reporter!


James Young said...

Uh, American courts almost NEVER judge a party "innocent." Perhaps you could specify which court "judged" ACORN as "innocent"?

Star Womanspirit said...

No court ever found them didn't get that far...The right wing boy pretending to be a citizen journalist used heavily edited videotape to perpetuate a lie and false charges against Rachel Maddow she researched it thoroughly and exposed this right wing lie that took down an organization who fought for the poor.