Startvalve: Before you jump to silly conclusions
My conclusions are silly? The Washington Times is basing its article from an article of the newspaper Al-Mada.
Al-Mada gave a list of 200 names who supposedly received "Saddam's oil bribes" in 1998. Out of the 200 names, 4 names are of French citizen. The name Chirac doesn't appear on the original article!
Now, the Washington Times use this original article and title it "Saddam Hussein Bribed Chirac To Oppose The War".
This is what I call silly conclusion without any foundation! Is that a hard of a concept for you???? I reapeat myself 4 times already!!!!
Startvalve: if the article is so wrong prove it
Read above. But now, the Washington Times is realeasing an info without any proof! One more time should I say?
Startvalve: I am really sorry you frogs were cut out of the rebuilding contracts
We will leave to Halliburon and Co. the task to build in Irak a brand new and reliable
Electric powerplant system. I bet that when they'll be finished it will be even more reliable that the one you got in the US! Well, Irak already seems to have even more reliable Medias now....
But don't be sad: us, the "Frogs" and Areva (www.areva.com), will probably ending up retrofiting the whole US electrical system in the near future.