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    Iraq Will Cost $1.7 Billion - No More...

    Famous last words. Hundreds of billions later it seems that Bush doesn't like having his words thrown back at him so they decided to just remove them and pretend it didn't happen:

    In a high-tech cover-up, the Washington Post this morning reports the White House is actively scrubbing government websites clean of any of its own previous statements that have now proven to be untrue.1 Specifically, on April 23, 2003, the president sent his top international aid official on national television to reassure the public that the cost of war and reconstruction in Iraq would be modest. USAID Director Andrew Natsios, echoing other Administration officials, told Nightline that, "In terms of the American taxpayers contribution, [$1.7 billion] is it for the US. The American part of this will be $1.7 billion. We have no plans for any further-on funding for this."
    You can read the full article here: White House Covers Tracks by Removing Information

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    bush will not giv i kno only this!
    Sometimes realitys are dreams we cannot live in.... (as my bst fren says) [/shadow]

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