$6.6 billion in lost Iraq cash now accounted for, inspector says
It's a rare day when positive news surfaces from the frontlines of Iraq's post-occupation government--or from its troubled economy. However, a U.S. Iraq inspector general report that concluded this week that $6.6 billion in shrink-wrapped cash the U.S. government previously feared had gone missing in the chaotic early days of the Iraq occupation has in fact been safely accounted for.
http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/envoy/once- … 35856.html
well they can't blame this on Obama...but thats a lot of cash to "find"..we should take it back...
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