by doughnutman, Mon Mar 13, 2006 at 05:05:45 PM EST
by WH, Sun Mar 12, 2006 at 03:27:19 PM EST
Jeff Latas Interview, Part One
Conducted March 8, 2006 at Bentley's House of Coffee, Tucson, AZ by William Harryman (Raven's View).
[Jeff Latas, for those of you who don't know, is running for Congress in AZ's 8th District. He is one of the "fighting Dems," having served a career in the US Air Force (including missions in Desert Storm). Jeff was gracious in spending an hour answering questions and sharing his views on a variety of subjects. This is the first installment of that interview. We cover his environmental stance, oil, and immigration.]
Jeff (taking about his campaign): Obviously we have a challenge. We are a true grassroots campaign. We have a lot of outstanding people working for us right now, some of the best in the state when it comes to grassroots. I'm humbled, to be quite honest, that these people want to come help us out.
by blues, Sat Mar 11, 2006 at 06:53:51 AM EST
As some of you may Know, I tend to try to look at political issues from new, or even conspiratorial angles. I am a born speculator. So picture this conceivable scenario:
Contrary to the reports of oil production and export falling sharply subsequent to the Iraq Invasion, lots and lots of oil are being taken out of Iraq by somebody. Right now. Huge amounts. And some one is making obscene profits while American soldiers are paying the ultimate price. What if it really, literally, is blood for oil?
Now consider this little item:
Ureknet (dot) info:
The 48 Hour Media-blitz for War with Iran
countercurrents (dot) org:
Bush, Cheney, Bolton, Rice, Rumsfeld, Burns, Congress, and Israel.
Whoa! That's quite a line-up.
All in the last 48 hours!
Was it spontaneous or a calculated public-relations campaign?
If the Beltway & Forth Estate Warlords attack Iran, will it really be about "weapons?"
Or will they immediately go into the small Khuzestan Province of Iran, where the oil is?
by populistamerica, Fri Mar 03, 2006 at 08:15:08 AM EST
by populistamerica, Sun Feb 12, 2006 at 07:38:21 AM EST