In a discussion over at Casting Pearls before Swine, it was stated:
Since the 60s, "the U.S Government has spent over 6 Trillion Dollars fighting Poverty, and Poverty still has not been eliminated."
To which I responded:
"Then Brookings in 1995 calculated that since the end of the Second World War in 1995 dollar terms the
All that spent and yet war hasn't been eliminated nor our homeland made secure. I'll agree to reconsider how we're fighting poverty if you'll agree to reconsider how we're fighting war.
So, how about it? Shall we reconsider our approaches?