posted on Jun, 5 2009 @ 09:49 PM
that good ole tag line "war is good for business." look i get the part steel is bought for equipment , weapons etc etc. some businesses related to
wartime is enhanced.
but someone has to pay for it,,,,, mainly the gov't and eventually we, the people
war creates a huge bill,,,,, so how is it good for business,,,, as in they infer that it's good for everyone as a whole--business wise or
granted some business is enhanced,,,, but as a percentage i can't see it being that significant to back that statement up
that end bill has to outweigh the latter
do other countries chip in on the war tab we have incured????
i only see us giving out money to other countries???
some say war could bring us out of this current mess??? how,,,, we would only incur more debt?? enlighten me if needed
i guess i can see the short term benefits,,,, and both sides of the argument
so i'm looking for some input or how others may see this ,,, some insight
and believe me,,, i see how war is good for haliburton, kbr, blackwater etc
but how is it good for me,,, or you,,,,, or the troops that die making that "good business"
that takes some balls to even say that tagline,,,,,,"sorry bout your dead kid,,, but war is good for business!!!!" come on!!!!
ps----and does the US actually recieve any aid from other countries???? does anyone have any figures or data on that????