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Friday, May 04, 2007

What does $465 billion buy?

From the Boston Globe:
While there is some disagreement on the idea of troop deadlines for US soldiers in Iraq, all sides seem to be on board with the amount included in the bill to fund the war.

Including the $124.2 billion bill, the total cost of the Iraq war may reach $456 billion in September, according to the National Priorities Project, an organization that tracks public spending.

The amount got us wondering: What would $456 billion buy?

2 Comments:

At 5/04/2007 1:56 PM, Blogger JACK BOO said...

The amount got us wondering: What would $456 billion buy?

Well, I know one thing it will buy if our troops are withdrawn today:

A lot of happiness for terrorists in Iraq.

 
At 5/31/2007 10:59 AM, Blogger david calamoneri said...

The terrorists are already happy that we are there.

Bush's invasion of Iraq has aided the terrorists by boosting their membership, giving them another reason to preach hate against us, not to mention the terrorist training that is Iraq.

 

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