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Old 09-26-2008, 03:54 PM
 
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If at the onset of the Iraq war President Bush and his boy McCain had said to the American people we want to spend 700 billion tax payer dollars to remove Sadaam Hussein from power and help the Iraqi people to a better life, the answer would have been? Hmmmm 10-12 billion per month for how many years vs a bailout for the American economy. Similar cost, one for the Iraqi people and one for the American people!
McCain the surge has worked and we are better off for it. Our economy didn't need the money anyway.
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/11880954/
One thing is certain about the Iraq war: It has cost a lot more than advertised. In fact, the tab grows by at least $200 million each and every day.
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