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Tuesday, June 27, 2006

There's Gold in Them Thar Hills


Wars force Army equipment costs to triple

There's gold in them thar hills!
WASHINGTON - The annual cost of replacing, repairing and upgrading Army equipment in Iraq and Afghanistan is expected to more than triple next year to more than $17 billion, according to Army documents obtained by the Associated Press.
If you're in the business of "replacing, repairing and upgrading Army equipment?"

From 2002 to 2006, the Army spent an average of $4 billion a year in annual equipment costs. But as the war takes a harder toll on the military, that number is projected to balloon to more than $12 billion for the federal budget year that starts next Oct. 1, the documents show.
Thank god we've got some wars goin' on: Otherwise, we wouldn't need all that equipment!

If you are waiting tables or selling cars or working at the Gap? Get thee to thy nearest military industrial workshop.

Opportunity knocks.

Speaking of war...

A MUST SEE video from Crooks & Liars.

It's Paul Pillar, Larry Wilkerson (et al) appearing in front of the Senate Democratic Policy Committee...talking about Dick Dastardly and D. Feith's Office of Special Plans.

Remember, kiddos...
If you're in the business of need war for business!
More later...


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