Accuracy in Media

When you read about it, it is lots worse (to the tune of $150 million):

A Pentagon task force spent nearly $150 million for just a handful of employees to stay in lavish Afghan “villas” where they demanded three-star dining services, queen-sized beds, flat screen televisions, DVD players, and miniature refrigerators, among other luxuries, according to a new report by the Special Inspector General For Afghanistan Reconstruction.

Members of the Pentagon’s Task Force for Business and Stability Operations are accused by the oversight organization of spending millions in taxpayer dollars when they could have used U.S. government facilities for a fraction of the price.

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