No, not steamed rice, or fried rice, but Condi Rice. That’s right, Condi Rice’s total incompetence expands beyond her performance as Secretary of State and National Security Advisor – she was also incompetent in overseeing Chevron policy that should have prevented the company from sending kickbacks to Saddam Hussein as a part of the UN Oil-for-Food program.
Chevron, the second-largest American oil company, is preparing to acknowledge that it should have known kickbacks were being paid to Saddam Hussein on oil it bought from Iraq as part of a defunct United Nations program, according to investigators.
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Like any interview with Ken Blackwell, this one needs very little introduction. It’s not ‘ha ha’ funny… more ‘why the hell is THIS guy on national televison?’ funny- or maybe ‘couldn’t chris mathews get a better guest?’ funny. Still, it has its moments- like the ‘500 Pound Canary in the Room’ comment.
Here’s the desription from the Family Research Council website:
Ken Blackwell, FRC’s Senior Fellow for Family Empowerment, appeared on MSNBC’s Hardball with Chris Matthews to discuss the 2008 presidential candidates and the Iraq war.
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