Monday, August 11, 2008

"Need a receipt? Nope. Keep the change."


WASHINGTON — August 11, 2008 — A U.S. Army program in which soldiers pay cash to Iraqis to help with expenses, large and small, has spent $2.8 billion in five years. Source: The Washington Post


Danz View: Cash and carry military ops? Um ... so tell me, any wager as to how many soldiers close to that kind and amounts of cash didn't manage to sneak out a $100,000 bundle or two in their foot locker or sea bag or duffel bag prior to rotating back to CONUS?

SWAG: Our guys? No way; they're too darn honest for anyone to presume they could get away with it. Besides, cash never influenced anyone, right? My word!

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