Re "Bush's Uncle Earned Millions in War Firm Sale," March 23
President Bush's uncle, William H.T. Bush, profits $2.7 million from stock options and the sale of his war-profiteering company, Engineered Support Systems Inc., which was awarded contracts on a no-bid basis. ESSI delivers faulty generators to the war effort, which results in a stop order from the government. News of the stop order is withheld from stockholders for seven months, during which time William Bush sells off $450,000 of stock. Why isn't this on Page 1?
APRIL ORTIZ MARQUEZ
I think The Times made a mistake. Surely this story is really a synopsis of an episode of "The Sopranos."
If Bush's relatives and friends profit from oil and defense contracts, they are warmongers. Bush is just protecting his family's business interests. This deserves serious discussion.