US Government Spends Millions Building Roads OverseasUS government agency pays for free roads in an unfree country hostile to US interests.
Sep. 17, 2012
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...but who will build the roads (for foreign dictators)?!A little known US government agency has spent hundreds of millions of US taxpayer dollars to build roads in foreign countries -- including those openly hostile to American interests. The Government Accountability Office (GAO) on Wednesday released an audit of the Millennium Challenge Corporation program that was supposed to build 1132 miles of road in Armenia, Cape Verde, Georgia, Honduras, Nicaragua and Vanuatu. Only 387 miles were actually built.