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Dec 09, 2009



What good is access to these databases going to for the US public? We all watched as Boeing bought its way into the C-130 AMP. We all watched as Darlene Druyun went to jail while nothing at all happened to Boeing. We all watched as they drug out the program though incompetence. We all watched as they jacked the price of the development program from $1 billion to $15 billion. We all know they made $150 million in profit off a program that will provide the US taxpayer nothing, absolutely nothing. You won't do anything about that. Why should any of us believe you'll do any more with access to this "super secret" database?

It's all smoke and mirrors. POGO is as much a part of the game as the defense contractors themselves.

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