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Columbia Space Shuttle Investigation Cost $175 Million. Challenger Investigation Cost $100 Million. 9/11 Investigation Only Got $15 Million

The 9/11 commission was originally allotted only $3 million. Eventually, after much begging and haggling, the commission was given $15 million. Yet a CNN article lists the cost of the Lewinsky investigation at $30 million. A Los Angeles Times article states the cost of the Columbia space shuttle disaster investigation was $175 million.

How could 9/11 – the greatest disaster in American history – be given such a small budget for investigation?

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At Thursday, May 21, 2009, Anonymous Anonymous said...

zionists have cost us trillions, plus that which is priceless.

At Thursday, May 21, 2009, Blogger   said...

You don't have to spend a dime, let alone $15 MIL.

Your answer is right here...meet the architects of 9-11:
Cheney, Rumsfeld, Wolfowitz, Perle, Feith, Zakheim.Besides, why would criminals ever want to investigate themselves anyway?

At Friday, May 22, 2009, Blogger Greg Bacon said...

CNN can't even investigate properly a story that ran nonstop on Zio-vision about the Lewimsky and Slick Willie affair. That investigation by the Christian fundie atttorney Ken Starr came in at 70 million, not 30 million.

70 million to investigate whether or not Clinton got a BJ and a paltry 30 million to look into the largest mass murder crime scene in American history... if you leave out our slaughter of the Native Americans.


Around this time, Clinton had been making some progress on untangling the Israel-Palestine peace issue. But that came to a screaming halt with this investigation. Bet someone was happy about that.

How Monica Lewinsky and her dress destroyed the Middle East Peace Accords---

WASHINGTON --- Sitting in the lobby of the Mayflower Hotel here, the famously quick- tongued Yossi Beilin seemed, for once, almost at a loss for words. What, after all, do Israeli socialists know about cocktail dresses?

One thing, it turns out: that they distract Washington's attention from urgent problems around the world.

"It's simply surreal," said Dr. Beilin, a leader of Israel's opposition Labor Party.

"To think that the greatest power on earth is out of commission because of Monica Lewinsky's dress -- it's one of the most surreal episodes in history."

Last January, when the world first learned of Ms. Lewinsky, the presidential sex scandal triggered a sudden mood swing in U.S.-Israel relations. Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu had just landed in Washington, expecting to have Bill Clinton read him the riot act for what the Administration saw as foot-dragging on the peace process.

Enter Ms. Lewinsky, and Mr. Clinton was suddenly preoccupied. Mr. Netanyahu had an unexpectedly placid visit and returned to Israel a happy man.

Seven months later, Dr. Beilin was in Washington as part of a four-member delegation of Labour Party leaders. Led by party chairman Ehud Barak, they came in hopes of burnishing their image as a viable alternative to Mr. Netanyahu.

Their prospects seemed bright on the eve of departure. The Knesset had taken a key step towards dissolving itself and calling new elections, handing Mr. Netanyahu one of the worst political reverses of his tenure.

"That means we're here as a group that could come to power in the near future," Dr. Beilin maintained.

To their dismay, they arrived to find that President Clinton, too, had just been handed one of the worst political reverses of his tenure: Ms. Lewinsky's decision to testify about the alleged affair and to hand over a certain cocktail dress. Nobody in Washington was talking about anything else.



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