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“By having these popular and well-used programs on the front line of the budget battle, it makes it much easier to dramatize the perils of budget cutting, as well as divert attention away from public worker union pay packages, sweetheart no-bid municipal contracts, etc.”
“Under a no-bid contract, Gerard Randall is pulling down $12,000 a month from the county tax levy to offer advice to the task force headed by Supervisor Elizabeth Coggs.”
“You republicans and libertarians can justify a trillion dollars on corrupt, no-bid contracts for Iraq War profiteers.”
“They are a flood on top of a steady, if less headline-grabbing, drip from other sources: Salon's report that an originator of the military's coercive interrogation program was rewarded with a no-bid Pentagon contract, Truthout's reporting on the legal directive intended to cover experimentation or testing of the program on detainees.”
“According to Varma's book, Michael Meehan's old law firm earned over $1.3 million in legal fees from no-bid contracts from the PPA during 2005 - 2009.”
“The Los Angeles Times described the company as "newly formed ... with no experience in the security industry" which nonetheless, "landed one of the first contracts issued in Iraq in the spring of 2003,,, The no-bid contract was worth $16 million.”
“Instead, they shelved the report and quietly granted immunity to the official who signed the no-bid contracts, worth at least $85 million.”
“Also, check your history and see who was first to give no-bid contracts to Haliburton.”
“As long as Halliburton and Blackwater got their no-bid contracts and as long as the Banks and Wall St. get their de-regulation, all is well in Republican-land.”
“More tax cuts, unregulated capitalism, teaching "intelligent design" in science classes, increased income disparity, cuts to social programs and edumacation, more no-bid contracts to cater illegal wars?”
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