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Perspective.  Any comparisons and calculations should be along the lines of what would the difference be if action had been taken sooner and also the effectiveness of actions.  And the effect of inaction.  Projections, total, are already at World War I levels.  And that's just the first year.  But the effect of delays and inactions, the increase above the best case scenario, could easily surpass Iraq and Afghanistan combined.  The media is not really grasping or discussing the numbers, in a leadership context.

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