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  • group_of_clowns group_of_clowns Jun 3, 2013 6:48 PM Flag

    Bush-Cheney-Rumsfeld-Wolfowitz Major Strategic Defeat

    Hundreds of billions have been sent to China.....

    BAGHDAD — Since the American-led invasion of 2003, Iraq has become one of the world’s top oil producers, and China is now its biggest customer.

    China already buys nearly half the oil that Iraq produces, nearly 1.5 million barrels a day, and is angling for an even bigger share, bidding for a stake now owned by Exxon Mobil in one of Iraq’s largest oil fields.

    “The Chinese are the biggest beneficiary of this post-Saddam oil boom in Iraq,” said Denise Natali, a Middle East expert at the National Defense University in Washington. “They need energy, and they want to get into the market.”

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    • They gambled with our military... won the battles and lost the war... But than again... we did the same with Vietnam.... yet 40 yrs later-- we trade with them...... So who knows....

      Like we cursed LBJ... we curse Bush..... yet they both decieved us to get what they wanted and both lost.... but who knows what 40 yrs down the road will bring...

      Hopefully solar and wind and less of a reliance on oil would be a good thing for the USA.... and it`s relations with the muslim countries....

    • vinz,

      does this mean it wasn't about the oil?

      and it was a success?

      STOP THE HOLLYWOOD TAX CUTS!! FOR THE PEOPLE!! HOWARD ZINN WOULD TELL MATT DAMON TO AGREE!!!

      lol etc.

      p.s. i am deranging all sibbles, political, perverted, foreign and domestic. watch out.

 
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