Anybody seen this movie, yet? I did, and I'm piping mad at the current US administration for squandering taxpayer dollars on no-bid corporations who overprice products and services and whose main goal is to make money, thereby making troops less safe and hurting the Iraqi people; and I'm not even an American. Once more people see this film, they'll see just how corrupt the government has become. Much of the military is now being outsourced to greedy corporations. For example, Halliburton charges $40 per pack of Coke, $100 for a load of laundry, etc. They destroy perfectly good trucks so they can charge for new trucks to the government when one of them breaks down, or they put civilians in harm's way to make runs of empty cargo so as to bill the government. These are known by people in government, but for some reason, government officials don't act. It's my hope the Democrats light a fire under those responsible for making a mess of the Iraq war to be held accountable for their actions the last 4 years. It's sad the American public seems to be soo blase as to what's happening to their country.