Assessing the Costs of Iraq

As the budget requests and death toll rise, how do you feel about the situation there now and looking forward?

What's your assessment of the situation in Iraq, now that President George W. Bush plans to ask Congress for $87 billion largely to fund continuing U.S. operations there, even though he declared that official hostilites ended on May 1? That's the focus of this BusinessWeek Online Reader Survey, which as always is unscientific, since anyone who wishes to can participate.

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