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Every drunken sailor in history, taken together, didn't spend $6 trillion more than they took in.
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Is there an accounting anywhere that says where $5.5-6.0 trillion went? I mean, come on, that's a lot of money. ;-)

(I'm thinkin' a lot of it went offshore into Owebama's personal account.)
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Is there an accounting anywhere that says where $5.5-6.0 trillion went? I mean, come on, that's a lot of money. ;-)

(I'm thinkin' a lot of it went offshore into Owebama's personal account.)
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That's absurd, haven't you ever even heard of Romney ?

Well that and this is the Christmas season so I am sure the ghost of Reagan past got some of it too.

Then there's Bush

Plus I mean Boehner spends a lot of money tanning

After all the House is responsible for spending so it has to be all the House's fault -- after all Republican's are in charge there. Yeah that's the ticket, it's the House
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"Is there an accounting anywhere that says where $5.5-6.0 trillion went? I mean, come on, that's a lot of money. ;-)"


Iraq and Afghanistan. Bombs, helicopters, land mines, & miscellaneous.

Art
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Quoted: "Is there an accounting anywhere that says where $5.5-6.0 trillion went? I mean, come on, that's a lot of money. ;-)"

Art: Iraq and Afghanistan. Bombs, helicopters, land mines, & miscellaneous.

A March 2011 Congressional Research Service report estimated the war funding at $1.4 trillion through 2012 and the Congressional Budget Office pegged the cost from 2001 through 2021 at an estimated $1.8 trillion, according to Reuters.

That leaves a few tril left over--some of it earmarked for B. and M. Owebama, Cayman Islands, no doubt.
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