Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Dollars Against the Wars, Frame #7

According to Forbes Magazine, in 2008, the US military in Iraq and Afghanistan consumed 25 million barrels of oil. By the time the aggregate costs of supplying a gallon of gas to troops in the field are added in, the average price to the US military of a gallon of battle gas is $45.

These three dollars won't get you a gallon of gas at the pump in D.C.

Dollars Against the Wars

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