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Tuesday, April 06, 2004
If it's people under 18 or it's not consensual then I support the allocation of resources to prosecuting it. That said, don't we have
better things to be spending our time, talent, and money on? It's a $10 billion a year industry that pays taxes. 'Let's spend money prosecuting something that no one else has seen fit to prosecute in over a decade.' If you have an issue with something specific, go after that. Idiots.

posted by Rachel 4/06/2004
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Well hopefully
that can be the end of that. Though I'm sure there will be another book out in a month or two for everyone to buzz over.

posted by Rachel 4/06/2004
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Not good.

posted by Rachel 4/06/2004
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Remember
this? Does it offer a different perspective on recent events?

posted by Rachel 4/06/2004
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Harry Potter. Eeeeeee.

posted by Rachel 4/06/2004
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Hmm considering that it was one of their
biggest programs ever... $10 billion out of $65 billion.
"Lax accounting. Proper oversight could have caught abuses in the oil-for-food program. The Iraqi Governing Council's investigation shows the way to prevent future problems: Hire credible auditors to monitor the U.N. as they would private businesses.

Bloated bureaucracy. The oil-for-food program - involving nine separate agencies, projects and funds - was a classic example of the bureaucratic jumble that has been a U.N. hallmark. Two rounds of U.S.-pushed reforms in 1997 and 2002 to streamline the U.N. have made limited progress.


Poor policing. Saddam was allowed to choose the companies and countries the oil-for-food program did business with - a clear invitation to pick those open to bribery. Yet a U.N. spokesman said the organization had no responsibility to investigate allegations of corruption. In fact, though charges swirled for more than a year, the U.N. started a credible investigation only after the Iraqi Governing Council recently began its probe."
Why should anyone trust them with a cent until this is explained? Why isn't this generating the kind of outrage that Enron did?

posted by Rachel 4/06/2004
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Honestly I got this result the first time.

posted by Rachel 4/06/2004
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I do know correct usage, I just ignore it sometimes.
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