Senator Charles Grassley says questions about Vice President Dick Cheney’s actions as C-E-O of a major oil company should be pursued. The S-E-C is investigating the accounting changes Haliburton made while Cheney was there.But Grassley says it’s just as important to investigate the 19-million dollar windfall Democratic National Committee chair Terry McAuliff made when he sold stock in Global Crossing, a telecom business. Grassley says he’s irritated that democrats are willing to talk about Cheney, but not about their own. Cheney is in Iowa today, campaigning on behalf of Republican Congressional candidates, while President Bush is in Washington, D-C signing a bill that cracks down on corporate wrongdoing, setting up jail time for executives who allow accounting fraud.
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