Tuesday, November 16, 2004

Oh, no- Not Hadley!

"In the interviews," the Times reported, "two officials, Paul D. Wolfowitz, deputy defense secretary, and Stephen J. Hadley, deputy national security adviser, were cited as being most eager to interpret evidence deemed murky by intelligence officials to show a clearer picture of Iraq’s involvement in illicit weapons programs and terrorism..."

--Michaelangelo Signorile


"A World Policy Institute (WPI) review of major Bush appointees published in May found that 32 major policy makers had significant financial ties to the arms industry prior to joining the administration, as compared with 21 appointees with ties to the energy industry. As an example, they discussed links with Lockheed Martin, the largest US defence contractor, with Pentagon contracts worth a total of nearly $30 billion in 2000 and 2001 alone. The WPI writes:

"In all, eight current policymakers had direct or indirect ties to the firm before joining the administration. Officials with indirect connections to the company include Vice President Dick Cheney... and Deputy National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley, who worked at Shea and Gardner, the powerhouse DC law firm that represents Lockheed Martin (along with numerous other corporate clients)...."

- Media Lens

Oh, no- Not Hadley!

Stephen Hadley should have been made to leave the White House in summer, 2003, after falling on a sword for Bush, implicating himself in the State of the Union "yellowcake" misleading.

How is he rewarded?

He gets Condi Rice's old job.

God bless HELP America.
From Iddybud, July 25, 2003:

The fact that Stephen Hadley still has his job this week tells me that Bush is intentionally harboring criminals in his administration...and I ask you to question why he is doing this. It can only be that he supports their lying and covering-up for him.
Hadley story commentary references:
-Stephen Hadley-Can This Guy Do Anything Right?