A television image aired on an Arabic television station April 10, 2004 shows a U.S. hostage who Qatar-based Al Jazeera television said identified himself as Thomas Hamill in front of an Iraqi flag.
Friends and neighbors of Thomas Hamill, a Mississippi civilian taken hostage in Iraq gathered Sunday, April 11, 2004, for a vigil outside the Noxubee County Courthouse, many wearing yellow ribbons and scrawling notes of support for his family after a morning deadline imposed by his abductors passed.
Thomas Hamill, a kidnapped American in Iraq, and his friends and family who are praying for his release. Hammill is by all accounts a decent American and an employee of Kellogg, Brown & Root subsidiary of Halliburton Co, and was captured while providing security for a convoy.
This is the same company that gouged the US military in Iraq for fuel supplies. Cheney is directly profiting from a war profiteering company.
Screw ’em, right?
One of these days Democrats are going to have to live with their words.
And, btw- can someone go take the time to explain to Kos why Cheney is still getting deferred payments from Halliburton. I am sure he has been told 500 times before and still wants to make partisan hay about nothing, so please use small words so he understands. I am tired of dealing with Kos and his scummy friends and apologizers. And by scummy friends, I mean you, Jeff Seeman, and you, Richard Morrison, two candidates for the House of Representatives who seem to like Kos’s rhetoric.