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03/12/2003 Entry: "Panel Faults Bush on War Costs and Risks"

"The cost of postwar reconstruction of Iraq will be at least $20 billion a year and will require the long-term deployment of 75,000 to 200,000 troops to prevent widespread instability and violence against former members of Saddam Hussein's government, a panel of national security experts say in a new study.

"The panel, consisting of senior American officials from Republican and Democratic administrations, was organized by the Council on Foreign Relations. It concludes that President Bush has failed "to fully describe to Congress and the American people the magnitude of the resources that will be required to meet the post-conflict needs" of Iraq.

"The panel was led by James R. Schlesinger, secretary of defense in the Nixon and Ford administrations, and Thomas R. Pickering, ambassador to the United Nations under Mr. Bush's father. Others on the panel included Gen. John M. Shalikashvili, who was chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff from 1993 to 1997 and is now retired, and Jeanne J. Kirkpatrick, who served in senior positions in the Reagan administration."
Panel Faults Bush on War Costs and Risks, By PATRICK E. TYLER, March 12, 2003, NYT (login: "hackenblog" and "hackenbush")

First, agreeing with Jeanne Kirkpatrick; next, skiiing in hell. My, this "war" is pulling the country together, isn't it?

 

 

 

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