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Wage & Win War When Need Be

Reader comment on item: Assessing the U.S. Global Military Force

Submitted by infosifter (United States), Feb 6, 2012 at 18:25

Does defense spending filter back in to U.S. economy ( in a big way) while performing a vital constitutional security function? Foriegn policy/trade, HiTech developement, Industrial sector,civilian,Vets & military families expenses...Talk about worthwhile stimulus spending that is justified. Quick deployment,modernized forces ( defined to wage & win war) should not be skimped on. P.S. Lou take a breath!

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