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Not to speak of the lives involved the costs are very high

by gearup / March 11, 2004 6:46 AM PST

even though I suspect that having armed forces in Iraq has kept the terrorists off our home soil...


If true the figures boggle the mind!

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Re:Not to speak of the lives involved the costs are very high
by Mary Kay / March 11, 2004 7:42 AM PST

Can barely comprehend these astronomical figures.

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A thought about the counter - If all the troops were on home soil and the counter represented their cost there - it would still be going up? NT
by SteveGargini / March 11, 2004 12:34 PM PST


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It would be going up but not as fast because

most of the soldiers in Iraq would be home working at their regular jobs.

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A good point Diana - I was thinking more of the regulars, but of course there are others NT
by SteveGargini / March 11, 2004 11:37 PM PST


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