Castle's blind faith in Halliburton to manage your money was established here: "Rep. Castle voted to continue awarding contracts to Halliburton
even after the Pentagon's own audit processes found that more than $100 million of their contractor's costs in Iraq were unreasonable."
Now Donviti contributes
the fact that KBR (a Halliburton subsidiary) charged 55% of their contracts to "overhead".
I don't know about you but I think a "for profit" company charging 55% to overhead is a bit much. But, someone like Michael Castle
might say, "What's the big deal? Companies are supposed to make money. So what if we had to borrow from future tax revenue - we are safer now than we were two years ago?"
To people like Castle I would say, "Read tommywonk and get back to me" "
"Unless you somehow believe, despite the evidence, that deficits don't matter, you cannot avoid the fiscal failure of our federal government."NOTE:
Down below a reader asks, "are the debates on Thursday between Spivak and McCastle for the public?" I don't know. I'll try to get some info. If anyone knows please put something in the comments section.