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15 Years After the Iraq Invasion, What Are the Costs?

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$5,600,000,000,000 since 2001.

$32,000,000 an hour.

$24,000 for every American taxpayer.

to keep us safe.

How should we respond to this insanity?

Should we talk about tax breaks for the wealthy?

Perhaps we should address the problem of continued forced Austerity on the General Population.

The Dow Jones?

Who are those panning the Gold nuggets, in their private stream, made accessible as the by-product of war?

The 'Bankers'? (Sorry, redundant.)

Then, again, sex stuff always plays if we want to get more people involved in the discussion.

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Teacher; Corporate lackey. I believe the assassinations of JFK and RFK were a coup d'e'tat.
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