October 15, 2007
Billions over Baghdad
Don't mind me... I’m just looking for a can opener
Who’s in charge of Blackwater USA?
An Oversimplified List of Options in Iraq
Between April 2003 and June 2004, $12 billion in U.S. currency—much of it belonging to the Iraqi people—was shipped from the Federal Reserve to Baghdad, where it was dispensed by the Coalition Provisional Authority. Some of the cash went to pay for projects and keep ministries afloat, but, incredibly, at least $9 billion has gone missing, unaccounted for, in a frenzy of mismanagement and greed. Billions over Baghdad
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You have an excellent eclectic blog, but why alienate a significant percentage of your readers(including me)with links to political sites that are filled with irrational uninformed venom?
I can get that at DailyKos, Media Matters and HuffPo if I need a laugh.
Posted by: Bunk at Oct 16, 2007 9:48:47 PM
Hello there, Bunk,
I appreciate your reading & for commenting (So few readers do). I also respect your political opinions. But I think that one of the simple benefits of publishing a free blog is that one can express own sentiments, no matter how wrong other people think he is.
Posted by: hanan levin / growabrain at Oct 17, 2007 9:06:35 PM
The Iraq War is not only a big blunder, but a HUGE DECEPTION! The American people and the country were deceived by President Bush for his own personal gain and the fallout from this war is unprecidented.
Posted by: Idaho Real Estate at Aug 20, 2008 9:25:00 AM