Dec 192011
 

With North Korea’s Kim Jong Il dead, it’s said that one of his sons will take over. But with recent U.S. Republican moves to protect massive military spending while gutting social spending, how long before a Republican candidate would also be a good candidate for the North Korean presidency?

With Kim Jong Il dead, Newt and Mitt's ideas on fiscal austerity for everything but the military, align neatly with North Korea's spending patterns.
http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-202_162-57344961/kim-jong-il-n-korean-dictator-dies-at-69/

Oct 302011
 

Why are we ok spending on the military but not on health and education?

Military spending is job creation Republicans can love. But can the US ever break its addiction to military spending? (And where is all that money going anyway?)