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Disagreeable

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Link to full article below; my emphasis.

"Iraq's oil production has fallen below prewar levels to its lowest point in a decade, depriving the country's fledgling government of badly needed income and preventing the United States from achieving one of its main reconstruction goals."

http://www.usatoday.com/money/industries/energy/2005-10-10-iraq-oil-usat_x.htm?csp=N009
 

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Disagreeable said:
Link to full article below; my emphasis.

"Iraq's oil production has fallen below prewar levels to its lowest point in a decade, depriving the country's fledgling government of badly needed income and preventing the United States from achieving one of its main reconstruction goals."

http://www.usatoday.com/money/industries/energy/2005-10-10-iraq-oil-usat_x.htm?csp=N009
I think the reson we invaded Iraq was to keep their oil off of the market. I think we should invade Brazil next. Keep their soybeans off the market so I can make as much as the Texas oil companies are.
 

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SDSteve said:
I think the reson we invaded Iraq was to keep their oil off of the market. I think we should invade Brazil next. Keep their soybeans off the market so I can make as much as the Texas oil companies are.

:) If that was the rationale, it worked. But, in all honesty, I don't think farmers rank as high on Bush's agenda as his pals in the oil business. Now, I could be wrong about that. :lol:
 

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