This is better than any conspiracy movie Hollywood could ever make up. President of the wealthiest and most powerful nation in the world litigates his way to the White House. He uses the disguise of being a family man to get the public to like him, but under cover he was a drunk, a drug user, and bankrupted several companies. He and his Vice President have strong ties to the oil industry, decide to invade an oil rich country under the pretense of security. In chaos and confusion, he beheads the leader of the oil rich country, then deploys the country's soldiers to defend the ministry of oil while leaving museums, schools, and women undefended to be raped and pilaged. Meanwhile, before all the world to see, he and his business friends secure the oil fields. Back at home, floods, earthquakes, mounting debt, a failing economy plague his country. Yet instead of addressing the fast and obvious problems his nation faces, the hardened leader insists on torture and increased surveillance of his citizens, leaving his people weakened and afraid.
Bush administration officials knew that a Texas oil company with close ties to President Bush was planning to sign an oil deal with the regional Kurdistan government that ran counter to American policy and undercut Iraq's central government, a Congressional committee has concluded.
The conclusions were based on e-mail messages and other documents that the committee released Wednesday.