Think of it this way. You put 300 Mil per day a get 700 mil in return. It was a good investment. The only downside was Americans dying which isn’t really a downside for the US government. Case in point no universal healthcare. So why would they ever do that? What would be the the return profit from universal healthcare? It’s just a hole that keeps getting deeper for them.
That is wrong. This money goes straight into your industry military complex, hundreds of thousands of people in the US rely on this money.
Well.. the US should be able to afford it soon, since that war is 'over'.
Thats 2,19e12 US$
Or, less than 1 dollar a day per citizen. Which seems like not much, but actually is fucktons when you concider that war is just one of the million things needing to be paid for.
Probably because a climate apocalypse is not happening And the vast majority of americans do t want universal healthcare
The US wage wars in order to sell guns to other countries so no, they are not the same thing.
I feel you on the climate apocalypse part. The entire August has been shit here where I live
You got it wrong. Cost to some, profit to others. So it's not a "cost", it's and investment. But not for you.
Felt that math was wrong its not. Lol