"Let's break this down in terms of households. Under Washington's plan, the average American taxpayer is planning on giving Turkey $83.33 up front, and cosigning a loan for $277.78 to a country with a credit rating as bad as your constantly broke brother-in-law's. Turkey is insisting on getting $138.89 out of each American taxpaying household, and having you cosign a loan for $305.56." - from Pedantry
The question I'm wondering now is, after touting Turkey as a key ally, how will the Bush government treat Turkey after not getting it's way?