Nethercutt and Senor highlighted the return of electricity to Iraq, which now has a higher megawatt output than it did before the war. Reconstruction has targeted schools and hospitals, and the Americans are spending 3,500 percent more on health care than Saddam Hussein did, Senor said.
(Emphasis added.) Hmm. Does that mean that all those people who defend Castro's dictatorship based on the "excellent health care system" will now start defending the war in Iraq?