Thursday, November 02, 2006

Chalabi was corrupt. Iran ripe for the soft kill of connectivity.

Ahmed Chalabi was corrupt. W. Patrick Lang tells a story (to a reporter who wrote something now on NYTimes Select) about what he overheard Iraqi National Congress folks plan to do with the money: Vegas, baby!

We will sneak out of here and go to Las Vegas. We have a lot of money now

Iran is ripe for the soft kill of connectivity, or so say illustrations about a talk by Thomas P.M. Barnett. I am willing to provide tech support for the revolution, at rates slightly less, though still fabuluosly, corrupt, compared to Halliburton and Ahmed Chalabi.

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