out first.  This would give us the perfect staging area to hit Iraq.  Then we could just keep the tanks and troops rolling right across Iran which also has lots of oil.

We’ve already secured Afghanistan and its oil.  So while we’re at it we might as well just do a nice little clean sweep of all of the “-stan” countries in the area and their oil and gas reserves.

We could make a pact with Russia that if they let us take those countries unimpeded then we wouldn’t attack them for their oil.  Venezuela should be concerned since they have lots of oil, but we could explain that it really is about terrorism and WMD’s.  Therefore, they don’t have to worry since they don’t have any of those things.

Perhaps to insure the “safety” of all of the oil in the region, the United States should just take control of all of those Arab countries and help to end any squabbles as to territory or resources. 

While we are at it, perhaps we should also secure resources for gold (a valuable commodity for electronics and other critical technology not to mention its worth as monetary exchange).  There are lots of rare earth metals used in military applications that are controlled by various third world nations that would be in our inherent interest to “secure”.  We are best able to do this because of who we are and because of our need.  But WAIT!

Perhaps there are other considerations other than – “we’re the biggest, meanest, baddest bully on the block with the biggest and most sophisticated weapons so we can do whatever we want to”.

Do we need oil?  Yes, but so does every other country.  That gives us no right to forcefully take it from another country.  Ann has lost her reasoning marbles on this one as she blindly follows the Bushies.  Her reasoning and illogic are the precursors for unilateral global control.

If President Bush is to justify the war against Iraq, then he should link them to the bombing of the Murrah Building in Oklahoma City – there is strong evidence that Iraqis were involved in that terrorist act. However, Bill Clinton and Janet Reno shut that evidence down immediately.  Saddam Hussein may not have directed the bombing, but someone used the former Iraqi soldiers (who were brought over here after the first Gulf War) to do their dirty deed.

Congress refuses to declare war against Iraq, acquiescing instead by claiming they already gave Bush the power to wage war.  As Chuck Baldwin said in a recent column, “…an undeclared war is an everlasting war; it never ends. It has no clear objectives, no exit strategy. It provides politicians from both parties an opportunity to forever increase…the size and scope of the federal government...  That means more federal meddling, more federal snooping, more federal tracking, more federal regulations, more federal eavesdropping, more federal agents, and more federal crimes. It never stops.”

Does anyone see a pattern?

Kirt Poovey, former gubernatorial candidate, firefighter, and business owner, is the author of Prophecy - 2024 - which can be purchased at
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War For Oil (and other things)

By Kirt R. Poovey

“Why not go to war just for oil?  We need oil.  What do Hollywood celebrities imagine fuels their private jets?  How do they think their cocaine is delivered to them?”  Ann Coulter, a conservative female columnist with a tongue sharper than a broken shard of glass, made the above statement at the recent Conservative Political Action Conference.

Taking Miss Coulter’s logic further, I suggest that we not stop with Iraq, but instead take out Saudi Arabia while we are at it. After all, they have more oil than Iraq.  Perhaps we could even take them