Nov 21st, 2011
The fix is in. It's a really big fix.
In the last few years, record numbers of rank and file U.S. servicemen and women in Iraq and Afghanistan have been "indicted and convicted" for acts of graft and official corruption in those countries. However, we no longer even have a congressional commission to investigate as much as $60 billion in fraud by private "contractors."
We are also still spending $20 billion a year to air condition those war zones.
Oh well. As the report above states, the now moth-balled commission, whose duty it was to investigate such rampant abuse, has only sealed their finding for the next 20 years. In 2031? We can totally go after these guys!