Friday, May 09, 2008

The anti-social contract(or)

If the War on Terror "shows clear signs of having developed into a popularly supported governmental perpetual-motion machine" (John Mueller) who benefits? Maybe the likes of KBR, which "[having] landed billions in Iraq contracts, has used two Cayman shell companies to avoid paying hundreds of millions in payroll, Medicare and unemployment taxes" (The Lucrative Art of War, Linda Bilmes).

More fun is on the way.

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