Budget Reduction: $50M for Each Dead Taliban. Duh.

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Simple math, the cost of one dead Taliban, $50 Million…….

Cost of war in Afghanistan will be major factor in troop-reduction talks


Washington Post, May 30


The U.S. military is on track to spend $113 billion on its operations in Afghanistan this fiscal year, and it is seeking $107 billion for the next. To many of the president’s civilian advisers, that price is too high, given a wide federal budget gap that will require further cuts to domestic programs and increased deficit spending.

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Phi Beta Iota: The President and Congress do not control the government.  They have lost control in part because they lost their integrity.  Washington operates on 2% of the relevant information and substitutes ideology for intelligence and corruption for integrity.  Absent a compelling narrative rooted in the transparent truth, we expect no change between now and 2016.

See Also:

Journal: AF BODY COUNT–$50 Million Per Body

Journal: US Government Funding the Taliban…

Journal: William Polk on Afghanistan Non-Strategy Plus Consolidated Journal, Review, and Reference Links for Afghanistan

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US Goverment 2011 Revenue, Costs, & Debt–Two Party Tyranny Lies Straight Up, Media Goes Along

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