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Submitted by Jerome Kay M. D. (United States), Sep 12, 2005 at 12:58

Conspicuous by its absence, in addition to the cost in blood, is the huge price in treasure. With a huge mounting debt and a tax policy contributing to that debt, we are spending billions in this war. And along comes Katrina. Already congress has appropriated billions for Katrina. All of this is superimposed on a tax policy limiting federal revenue.

I always look foward to your articles

Jerome Kay M. D.
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