The Secretary of War, preparing to leave his post, warned against dangerous cuts in the war budget. In a Washington Post article, Michael Gerson wrote that ""The most obvious defense cuts have already been made."
I responded: "Not true at all. The most obvious cut would be in cutting out all expenses for wars that profit the war industry and politicians, slay millions, and never settle conflicts. What would be the risk of doing so? Peace. It's too much of a risk for the corpocracy where peace doesn't pay."
America's corpocracy excells at turning plowshares into swords.