Almost 4,000 American troops have died, approximately 30,000 have been wounded, we've appropriated more than $500 billion with the costs to the actual economy estimated to be well over $1 trillion and possibly heading towards $3 trillion. For all of this we have gotten a more powerful Al Qaeda, a more powerful Iran, a more unstable Middle East, and an overstretched military.And we have the neglect of domestic policies and the emboldening of elected representatives who choose not to fight for any more federal money to be spent at home as the mortgage crisis is bringing our national house down.
Monday, March 17, 2008
It's Not a Question of Losing, Because This Is What We've Already Lost
From Democracy Arsenal:
Posted by S-townMike at 3/17/2008 12:33:00 AM
Labels: Federal Budget, Federal Government, Iraq War
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