Will Collier of VodkaPundit looks at Cordex Petroleum Inc., a Canadian company that Saddam Hussein had invested a million dollars into prior to Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Cordex, incidentally, is listed as one of Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin’s assets.
As Will writes:
This illuminates the motivations behind the Canadian Liberal Party’s antipathy towards Operation Iraqi Freedom a bit, doesn’t it? Then again, I guess when your ideal for governance and policy is Chirac’s France, this kind of thing isn’t all that suprising.
I wonder what other surprises will tumble out of Saddam’s old file cabinets.