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Lend-Lease 2005

As Britain's situation in the war grew more desperate, her ability to pay for needed arms and material rapidly diminished. Following his election to a third term in November 1940, President Roosevelt determined to find some means of underwriting an Allied victory over Germany without huge intergovernment loans. In mid-December he hit upon the idea of Lend-Lease; the materials of war would be turned over to Allied nations now, and would be paid for at the end of the war in goods and services.

So... can any of our British friends quote us a price for a one-year lease on Galloway? We could probably do a month-to-month, if you prefer. We only really need him long enough for the Democrats and our Legendary Free Press to learn how to speak truth to bullshit.


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