Cost of War

Fox News has suddenly become aware of the fact that wars cost money!

In fact, most of the exorbitant costs of ordinance that the “Fox & Fiends” crew is now shockingly alarmed about are actually expenses that are already bought and paid for (albeit on credit), but it sure does seem funny that they never batted an eye at the cost of the Iraq War – a completely needless venture that some have estimated will end up costing the United States in excess of $3 trillion.

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9 responses to “Cost of War

  1. Will

    Funny how those inbred rubes didn’t worry about the cost of wars under W.

  2. But, but… that was different!

  3. Bob

    Hey Martin, still talking to ghosts?

  4. Tea Party Patriot

    “a completely needless venture that some have estimated will end up costing the United States in excess of $3 trillion.”

    Martin + Saddam

    =

    Canadian Style Democracy

  5. Good grief, is this really the BEST the right-wing haters can muster?

    “Bob” who repeatedly asks the same asinine, pointless question and TPP (who, funnily enough, is Canadian, btw) with his spastic, nonsensical cheap shots…

    How remarkably pathetic.

  6. jkg

    Well, at least TPP demonstrates basic arithmetic skills, albeit at a grade school level.

  7. Bob and TPP. Two awkwardly protruding half-eaten peanuts nestled in the same steaming log of shit.

  8. sapphireandsteel

    still waiting for that coward TPP to back up his words in person.

    Guess TPP is turning into the resident chickenhawk,

  9. Roland

    Unfortunately, these wars are much too affordable.

    Ben Bernanke wakes up in the morning, yawns, scratches himself, then he checks his BlackBerry and sees a message from the White House. Whereupon, he goes to the toilet and quantitatively eases himself another few hundred billions’ worth.

    As long as the Chinese keep buying the garbage that Bernanke prints, why should the USA stop financing its wars in such fashion?

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