Paying for Afghanistan Should Move Beyond Playing Politics
Paying for Afghanistan Should Move
Beyond Playing Politics
December 2, 2009
Last night, President Obama announced a plan to increase troop levels in Afghanistan by 30,000 - a change which would cost tens of billions of dollars per year. A number of Democrats opposed to this troop build up have called for a surtax to fund those operations. While politics, as opposed to fiscal responsibility, may be the impetus for the proposal, the idea of paying for the plan should not be dismissed.
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