Rice announces $1 billion in aid for Georgia
Wed Sept. 3, 2008 - by Sue Pleming
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States on Wednesday announced at least $1 billion in aid to help U.S. ally Georgia rebuild after its conflict with Russia over the separatist enclave of South Ossetia last month.
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice unveiled the package to help reconstruct Georgia's economy and infrastructure that was destroyed during a short war with Russia, which crushed Georgia's attempt to reassert control over South Ossetia.
"We are responding to what we consider to be urgent needs," said Rice.
Now hold on just a damn minute, condescending!
Why don't you and your ignorant boss "help reconstruct" the US' "economy and infrastructure that was destroyed" by eight years of The bush-league Administration ? ! ?
How 'bout some of the "urgent needs" you have at home, you twit?
Maybe you could promise a billion or two to a program for national health care, huh?
Possibly a billion toward skill retraining for all of the unemployed due to corporations sending US jobs overseas, huh?
Maybe a billion dollar commitment to improving veteran's health facilities, assuming they ever come home. How 'bout that?
Those programs would actually help folks at home and not put any $$$ in your war-machine buddies' pockets.
You people are despicable . . . .