Monday, March 8, 2010

U.S. Affords Army of Million Dollar Men But Not Postal Service

Every soldier in Afganistan costs one million dollars a year to support. We spend that kind of money to keep alive a neoconservative dream of world domination but we can't afford to have the mail delivered back home.

Read an article in Democratic Underground about our million dollar army and in cryptogon about 3 day a week postal schedules.

Or just read here how in the ruined newspaper The New York Times an opinion article discusses ways to save money with the Post Office. Does it dawn on anyone that maybe defense needs to be shrunk and the useless wars ended?

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