Oil for Food Scandal taints (gasp!) Houston
We’ve had to put up for months with blowhards like Senator Norm Coleman of Minnesota jumping up and down about the Iraq food for oil scandal at the United Nations. Coleman even called for the resignation of Kofi Annan, who hasn’t been shown to have behaved improperly himself. Of course, it was clear all along that if fully investigated, the scandal would touch all kinds of oilmen in the United States, as well.
Meet David B. Chalmers, of Bayoil, in Houston, Texas.
Let’s see if Norm Coleman calls for sanctions against US businessmen and petroleum companies tainted by the scandal.