United States to Spend $7.5 Billion on jobs program on water, energy, and health.
…. a vision of a future in which all people can live safe, healthy, and productive lives; contribute to their communities; and make the most of their own God-given potential.”
Clinton said the U.S. will complete two hydroelectric dam projects to supply electricity to more than 300,000 people in areas near the Afghan border, will renovate or build three medical facilities in central and southern Pakistan and will embark on a new initiative to improve access to clean drinking water in the country.
These projects and several others focused on promoting economic growth will cost some $500 million and will be funded by legislation approved by Congress to triple nonmilitary aid to $1.5 billion a year over five years.
Vice President clarifies what it means to be elected because your country wanted a change in foreign policy after 7 years of war. 12 months x 103 per month = 1236 more fatalities by next July in Afghanistan, when we’ll….. slow down.
Vice President Joe Biden is taking a more cautious approach when it comes to next summer’s planned military U.S. troop drawdown in Afghanistan.
He once predicted the drawdown next July would mean “a lot of people moving out.”
But he tells ABC’s “This Week” that the number of U.S. troops leaving Afghanistan “could be as few as a couple of thousand troops.”
A record 103 NATO troops were killed in June, the deadliest month of the nearly 9-year-old war for international forces.
I know we can fix the international financial crisis and the domestic 20 out 10 Depression with more of the same. And this should help the Democrats with their message fine tuning during the fall campaigns.
Whew. And here I was worried about that oil well developing a little leak.