Sunday, March 06, 2011
Oil company & Cronies Want American people to hate Muslem (disambiguation) start 911 ps.they have the oil we need so bad. Kill' em All
Oil company & Cronies Want American people to hate Moslem (disambiguation) start 911 ps.they have the oil we need so bad. Kill 'em All. Anytime someone insist's I hate someone, now I'm older I stop and think Why ? The US gov has went a hell of a long way to convince me .They tried too hard to convince me, We went to Iraq and Divided the people, had them kill each other and we won we say we have to go to Iraq , Afghanistan to fight them or they would turn the country's into terrorist havens .Israel stays in a area where all want them killed ,you won't see them going into enemy lands cause they might become terror havens America must think of her people as very dumb to buy a story like that. Well America is asking questions US gov you are turning us all into protesting malcontent's and you wanted patriots ?
Cost of War is a real-time cost estimation counter for the Iraq War and the Afghanistan Warmaintained by the National Priorities Project. As of June 1, 2010 both wars had a combined estimated cost of over 1 trillion dollars, separately the Iraq War had an estimated cost of 725 billion dollars and the Afghanistan War had an estimated cost of 275 billion dollars. The number is based on US Congress appropriations and does not include "future medical care for soldiers and veterans wounded in the war".
Based on National Priorities Project Cost of War concept, American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) launched an exhibit title titled "Cost of War" in May 2007, at the close of the National Eyes Wide Open Exhibit. It features ten budget trade-offs displayed on 3x7 foot full-color vinyl banners. AFSC uses to cost of the Iraq War estimated by economists Linda Bilmes and Joseph Stiglitz in the article "Economic Costs Of The Iraq War: An Appraisal Three Years After The Beginning Of The Conflict", written in January 2006 that estimates the total daily cost of the Iraq War at $720 million . AFSC uses The National Priorities Project's per unit costs for human needs such as health care and education to make budget comparisons between the U.S. budget for human needs to "One Day of the Iraq War" . The ten banners read:
One Day of the Iraq War = 720 Million Dollars, How Would You Spend it?
One Day of the Iraq War = 84 New Elementary Schools
One Day of the Iraq War = 12,478 Elementary School Teachers
One Day of the Iraq War = 95,364 Head Start Places for Children
One Day of the Iraq War = 1,153,846 Children with Free School Lunches
One Day of the Iraq War = 34,904 Four-Year Scholarships for University Students
One Day of the Iraq War = 163,525 People with Health Care
One Day of the Iraq War = 423,529 Children with Health Care
One Day of the Iraq War = 6,482 Families with Homes
One Day of the Iraq War = 1,274,336 Homes with Renewable Energy
There are currently 22 Cost of War exhibits located in North California, South California,Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas/Missouri, Maryland, Massachusetts/Maine,Michigan, New Hampshire, New York/New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania,Rhode Island, Virginia, West Virginia.