Thursday, February 01, 2007


A surge of 21,000 troops in Iraq? Double that number. According to CNN:
A report from the Congressional Budget Office says President Bush's plan for a troop increase in Iraq could cost up to $27 billion for a 12-month deployment.

The plan could mean sending thousands of support troops in addition to the 20,000-plus combat troops the Defense Department has set for deployment.
Maybe as many as 25,000 support troops, in country and in harm's way. And here we thought that Halliburton was providing support to justify its fat government checks.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I suspect that it an open secret build up for a Iranian invasion