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Tuesday, September 14, 2004

One great site about the costs of war on Iraq, check it:
"Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired, signifies in the final sense a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed." President Dwight D. EisenhowerApril 16, 1953

The Washington Times syas its word about it too:
Washington, DC, Jul. 1 (UPI) -- The average U.S. household has already spent almost $1600 on the war in Iraq, according to a report presented in Washington Wednesday. The final bill will be an estimated $3,415, based on the U.S. military's prediction of a three-year military occupation, says the report, citing calculations by economist Doug Henwood.

power is on!! finally, after 12 electricityless hours.

A pictue: Iraqi boys in a machine shop on Sheik Omar street, central Baghdad. An entire generation of Iraqi children are growing up under the permanent shadow of a U.S. war, a fact unlikely to benefit either society. War is our common enemy.

George W. Bush : Give me a second chance:*( i am not sure if you should laugh or cry when you read it.

The Environmental side of me speaking:
With violence gripping Iraq, environmentalists are struggling to draw attention to damage caused during last year's U.S.-led invasion, the 1991 Gulf War and waste discharged by industry struggling with years of sanctions.

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