We've got to push back with the truth: military spending costs jobs compared to other ways of spending the money.
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CEOs of the biggest military contracting corporations published a report today that has absolutely no use in predicting the actual economic effects of cuts to the military budget.
Panetta and his counterparts in the war industry can play Chicken Little all they want about war budget spending cuts, but they can't change the simple fact that military spending is terrible at creating jobs.
The new deficit commission is holding its first substantive meeting on Tuesday, and the military contractors are out in force to protect their profits.
The simple truth is that, beyond war industry hype, military spending costs us jobs.
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