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The Privatization of the Office of Vice President June 4, 2007

Posted by The Armchair Economist in Business, Commentary, Ethics, Politics.
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Just as he pays little attention to old-fangled notions of the separation of powers, Mr. Cheney does not overly bother himself about the bright line that should exist between his last job as chief of the energy giant Halliburton and his current one on the public payroll. With the attention being paid to corporate executive compensation and questionable ethical judgment, it makes you wonder why Cheney’s actions haven’t been more carefully scrutinized.  Oh wait, to do so would be pose a danger to national security. (I’d like to see the next corporate exec who takes the stand use that line).

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