The sweet indulgence of the U.S. war in Afghanistan is costing about $5 billion dollars every month. It, along with its other misadventures, is bankrupting the "land of the free and home of the brave". That amount could have been used to give scholarships to 800,000 US college students or to rebuild the collapsing U.S. infrastructure with a new a jobs program or to pay off mortgages of people who are losing their homes to the blood-sucking banking industry. The entire cost of war in Afghanistan to date has been a staggering $228 billion. 
Unfortunately the US government is not concerned about the welfare of its own people, so would we expect them to have a kind thought about the people they victimize in other lands?
How long it takes a beast of this size to die remains to be seen. As far as Pakistan is concerned, we are moving towards an ideological revolution and things are moving fast. We, the Pakistani people, are determined to kick out the sick-minded, defeatist US bootlickers who currently occupy important offices in Islamabad. Their U.S. masters will also be packing their bags as well. Our valiant neighbors who are fighting them off in Afghanistan inspire us to do the same. The entry into Afghanistan and now, Pakistan, was easy for the U.S. But the exit is a trapdoor and has been so for any nation or empire that has tried to invade the region in the past.
CNN Iraq Coalition Casualty List
Texas Straight Talk (Ron Paul site)
Ahmed Quraishi RAWA
New York Times
The News (Pakistan)
The Daily Times
Axis of Logic
Pakistan Muslim League