ďIncalculable wasteĒ in U.S.-paid 100 billion USD Afghan fund<quoted text>America can certainly take advantage of any good crisis. We never let any go to waste. We can also keep them from us.
one recent report identified massive thefts of fuel and another revealed a sprawling American-paid .3 million security facility built for 175 police but that holds just 12
The unprecedented $100 billion program slated to rebuild war-torn Afghanistan has been ravaged by theft, cost overruns, bribes, unused facilities and "incalculable waste," and now the federal auditor of the reconstruction effort is urging Congress to make sure taxpayers are getting their money's worth before spending more.
But, warned an urgently written quarterly report to Congress from the Special Inspector General for Afghan Reconstruction, even if Congress gives the OK, auditing how Afghanistan spends the largest rebuilding fund in U.S. history will be difficult after American troops leave in October 2013.