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posted 15 April 2003 06:10 PM      Profile for Cart     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post
I've read snippets here and there regarding the US' millitary expenditures and I'm wondering if any of you knowledgeable people have any idea what would happen should the states decide syria is the next 'rogue state'.

Also, how is impacting on the american economy combined with tax cuts and the already substantial budget deficit?

This subject really interests me and I believe is one of the more important issues of 'the war'.

Thanks for any help you guys can give me.


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