Authorization for wasting money 浪費の権限を与える国防権限法
Authorization for wasting money
The House has passed the $585 billion Fiscal Year 2015 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). Clearing that obstacle is good. Unfortunately, the legislation is larded with billions of dollars in waste and fat, and now the Senate must muster the determination to do what the House wouldn’t.
The defense act includes $64 billion for an Overseas Contingency Operations account, $200 million for the Long Range Anti-Ship Missile and another $120 million for a tank that looks so much like a boondoggle, identifiable from a mile away, that it has attracted bipartisan scorn.