Yet another dodgy Bush appointee with conflicts of interest. Harpers: Three months ago, the Bush Administration appointed retired Air Force General
November 29, 2006

Yet another dodgy Bush appointee with conflicts of interest.

Harpers:

Three months ago, the Bush Administration appointed retired Air Force General Joseph Ralston to be U.S. "http://usinfo.state.gov/xarchives/display.html?p=washfile-english&y=2006... ">Special Envoy for Countering the PKK," or Kurdistan Workers Party. Ralston's job, said State Department spokesman Sean McCormack, was to work with the governments in Ankara and Baghdad "to eliminate the terrorist threat of the PKK and other terrorist groups operating in northern Iraq and across the Turkey-Iraq border." But it appears that Ralston is representing the interests of the shareholders of Lockheed Martin rather than the interests of the American people. Read full article here

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