Derisive diatribes about the state of the nation, nation states and swerving leftward
20 September 2007
A couple trillion, and whadya get?
A new Congressional study estimates that Shrub's War will end up costing trillions of dollars, on top of the approximately $567 billion the war has already cost. That accounting assumes a significant troop drawdown and is arguably conservative. Meanwhile, a recent official UN report show things continuing to go downhill. For all that's being spent, should we be getting free gasoline at state-subsidized gas stations?