Make my day……..
Lost their asses. Ha ha. Why am I so happy these bloodsuckers got theirs. Remember these guys declared war on us when Jimmy was president. They all should have been bombed and we could have replaced most of their oil with nuke power and belt tightening.
Now we have to periodically conquer a small oil company. We already did it to Iraq. Twice.
Iran was ours until “79 when these people declared war on the hapless Jimmy Carter and he cried in the White House on TV.
Then he gave away the Panama Canal and the voters decided this guy was such a wimp even a Hollywood “B” actor would do a good job.
Then the enemy headed for the tall grass and sent there kids with bombs strapped to their asses into the world to make the world safe for Allah .
Make no mistake, these are the enemy. And our children and grandchildren will kill or be killed by them.
With our money!!!
Jan. 17 (Bloomberg) — The global financial meltdown has cost Arab nations $2.5 trillion in four months and led to 60 percent of development projects in the Persian Gulf region being put off or scrapped, Kuwait’s foreign minister said.
“This just shows the huge damage caused by the crisis,” Sheikh Mohammed Sabah Al-Salem Al-Sabah, also Kuwait’s acting oil minister, said yesterday at a news conference during the Arab Economic Summit in Kuwait City.
Oil has tumbled 75 percent from a July high, as the global economy sank into recession, straining budgets of crude exporters. Saudi Arabia, Oman and Dubai, the second-largest sheikdom in the United Arab Emirates, say they’ll run deficits next year as low prices squeeze revenue. Also, sovereign wealth funds have been hurt by falling stock markets. The New York- based Council on Foreign Relations estimates a fund held by Abu Dhabi, the largest sheikdom in the UAE, lost $125 billion.
“It’s not in the interests of the global economy for oil prices to collapse or have huge increases,” Sheikh Mohammed said. “There should be stability to oil prices.”
Kuwait appointed Sheikh Mohammed acting oil minister on Jan. 12 as the third-largest OPEC producer formed its fifth cabinet since February 2006 after opposition lawmakers forced the previous government to resign.