Thursday, November 26, 2009

Osama Closer to Total Victory

"War may be hell, but it also doesn’t come cheap and it is time that the US taxpayer begin to question what he is getting for his money," begins Philip Giraldi — The Cost of War. He writes:
    As the Obama White House is so deep in the red that even George W. Bush appears in hindsight to have been a model of frugality, it should be assumed that Obama’s "war of necessity" will not be fully funded by Congress. That means either borrowing from the Asians or just printing the money while watching the dollar slide down the toilet. It has to be assumed that the US Treasury will do a bit of both.
Back in 2004, the Evil One announced his "policy in bleeding America to the point of bankruptcy" with the same "guerrilla warfare and the war of attrition to fight tyrannical superpowers" that had been employed against what was the Soviet Union — Osama Bin Laden’s Dream of US Economic Collapse. The Evil One's observation that that it was "easy for us to provoke and bait this administration" is still true today, as is his observation that "the real loser is... the American people and their economy."

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

why Evil..Bush is gentle

Americans learn geography not just by fighting wars, but by loosing them.

9:07 AM  

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