2. So much money has been lost and or spent since the war started that we were in an $87 BILLION dollar defecit before the end of his third year in office. That means we spent so much money, and then went under
$87 billion, and that number hasn't stopped growing, because we can't just cut off support to our brave troops. They need food, ammo, and supplies. They need gas for vehicles and yes, even toilet paper. Mr. Bush has gotten himself into a sticky mess which won't be easy to get out of, and that we'll be dealing with for at least the next four years after he is gone, if not eight , or maybe even more. On top of that, it is still under scrutiny as to what our exact reasons for war was. He said he wanted to declare war on terrorism. That is a VERY broad term, and can encompass the whole world as jurisdiction. However, we focus on the middle east and Michael Jackson while there is genocide and civil war in Sudan. GENOCIDE. Yet we ignore it, because MJ has a stomach ache and is coming to court in his pajama pants, because baseball players are being tried in front of congress, CONGRESS, for crying out loud, BASEBALL PLAYERS, for questions about a book and steroids? When we working class go to court for slander and drug abuse, it surely isn't in front of Congress. But we can afford to spend money on baseball players that take drugs, and at the same time, we are funding a war. It all comes down to money doesn't it? Makes the economy, country, people, and the world go 'round.