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I'm going to try and make this blog nonpolitical, the best I can. I am interested in many more things other then politics and this is where I'll include that stuff. I am going to make this blog the place to catch up on how the family and I are doing and what's on my mind other then politics. It's gonna be hard, so don't be surprised if I rant from time to time. Oh and my creations are mine, if you wanna copy them get permission. Copyright belongs to me.

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Thursday, March 16, 2006

Numbers

Civilians reported killed by military intervention in Iraq:
Min: 33638
Max: 37754

America's Military Killed in Iraq: 2310 as of 10am 16MAR2006

2003 Estimate of Iraq spending: $50-60 billion according to Budget Director Mitch Daniels

2003-2006 Spending on Iraq War: $400 billion and rising by $3 billion to $5 billion a month

US Dept. of Education Budget: $57.6 billion in 2006

2006 US Public Debt: $8.3 trillion and rising

2001 US Public Debt: rose to $5.6 trillion

1791-1981 US Public Debt: rose above $1 trillion

1981-1988 US Public Debt: rose to $2.6 trillion

1988-1998 US Public Debt: rose to $5.5 trillion

Cost of Debt per American (including children): $27,434

If you don't believe me, research the numbers on your own. I did a lot of research to make sure my figures weren't incorrect. I want you to do your own research to open your eyes to the mis-administration known by some as the bUSH Crime Family. Ronald Reagan increased our debt by 188% with an annual increase of 14.1%; George H.W. Bush increased it by 46.2% with an annual increase of 9.9%; Bill Clinton increased it by 13.7% an annual increase of 1.6%; George W. Bush increased it by 26% in his first term at an annual increase of 5.9%. He inherited a national debt of aprox. $5.6 trillion as of 15MAR2006 the national debt has balloned to a whopping $8.2 trillion.

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