Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Will Dan Quayle Soon Own ACS?

Gov. Mitch Daniels' administration is in the process of moving some 1,500 FSSA workers to the payroll of ACS under the terms of a $1 billion contract the welfare agency entered into with the former employer of FSSA Secretary Mitch Roob. The Indiana Daily Insight offers this interesting item today suggesting a private-equity fund in which Dan Quayle is a top official may purchase ACS for about $6 billion.

Some 1,500 Indiana Medicaid workers became employees of Affiliated Computer Services this week under the Medicaid privatization contract . . . but they may soon be under new management again. ACS founder Darwin Deason and Cerberus Capital Management, a private-equity fund, have proposed to buy ACS for about $6 billion. Former Vice President Dan Quayle (R) is a top Cerberus official.

Is it just a coincidence? It certainly doesn't hurt to know the right people in the right places.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

"Give me control of a nation's money and I care not who makes her laws"

The CEO of Cerberus is former Treasury Secretary John Snow - The former CSX CEO who negotiated with the UAE to sell the company to Dubai Ports, and who worked on the plan with the Bush Admin to give management control of US ports to the same UAE company, which is controlled by the UAE government.

Dan Quayle is a former member of the PNAC who drafted a document in 2000 recommending rapid expansion of US forces on a global scale, particularly in Central Asia and in Iraq. The same document lamented that such a move wouldn't receive broad public support short of some sort of devastating event that would convince Americans that such an expansion was necessary.

After the 2000 election, many of the PNAC members who co-drafted that document were appointed to the most senior positions in the Pentagon, a catalystic event took place, and US forces were subsequently deployed to Central Asia and Iraq, in addition to increasing our presence in Asia, Africa, and South America - with broad public support.

And of course, Quayle was the VP for Bush I, who happily proclaimed to the nation prior to the first Gulf War that the coalition of world forces was the beginning of the emerging New World Order as envisioned by the UN founders - who were a group of private financiers.

Cerberus seems like a fitting name. It's been very interesting and heartbreaking to watch as US owned and controlled infrastructure and public services have been increasingly handed over to private interests, turning tax dollars into a resource for wealthy financial interests. It comes as no surprise that Quayle is in the midst of it. His type would sell their own parents and children to reach their globalist goals. I only hope my children drink in what's left of America now, so that they'll remember what it means to be free and patriotic once all of our government is sold out and under private contract, no longer under the control of the people.

Like I quoted in my preface:

"Give me control of a nation's money and I care not who makes her laws" - Meyer Rothschild

Coincidence? That should always be the last consideration when liberty is at stake.