The Iraq Study Group is out with its findings. The questions remain: Will President Bush listen and what impact will this have on the U.S. economy. CNBC's John Harwood appeared on "Morning Call." Harwood said the report basically came down to a couple of major conclusions: more diplomacy is needed and a reduced role for U.S. troops by 2008.
Harwood says that besides the terrible number of deaths in Iraq--there are questions about how this all will effect the U.S. economy. U.S. involvement is longer than America's time in World War II. And for the costs-the Iraq war has nearly surpassed Vietnam.
$536 Billion in Vietnam War
$506 Billion in Iraq by September of 2006
$633 Billion projected by end of 2007