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[casi] How much are we payin our "allies"?

Can anyone give me the figures for what the U.S. is
paying the following "allies"?

Afghanistan, Albania, Australia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria,
Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, El Salvador,
Eritrea, Estonia, Ethiopia, Georgia,
Hungary, Italy, Japan (post conflict), South Korea,
Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Netherlands, Nicaragua,
Philippines, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Turkey,
United Kingdom, Uzbekistan.

I see they're calling Turkey one of the allies, but I
thought that was still a flux situation.  I don't
think anyone's altered the figure for popular
opposition:  94 percent.

At any rate, the figures would help in documenting all
this.  Also, whether anyone but Bulgaria and Australia
are sending any troops.

Thanks you,

"They [most followers of Christ around the world] know that when Jesus said: 'Suffer the little 
children to come unto me for theirs is the Kingdom of
Heaven,' he did not mean sending them there prematurely in wooden boxes."

(Linda Heard, "Are You a Friend of Freedom," ONLINE JOURNAL, January 23,

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