Can You Name 4 Countries the United States Military Has Bombed in the Last 2 Weeks?

Update: Yes. I asked the question to see if anybody else was aware of how their tax money was being used.
Update 2: I see my question has triggered some reactionary anger in the "God Bless (only) America" crowd...how dare we even consider that spending one half of the world's Military Expenses, having 800 Military bases in other countries and bombing whatever country whenever the U.S. feels like it might be the... show more I see my question has triggered some reactionary anger in the "God Bless (only) America" crowd...how dare we even consider that spending one half of the world's Military Expenses, having 800 Military bases in other countries and bombing whatever country whenever the U.S. feels like it might be the root cause of the "terrorists" we now justify as the pretext for this Imperial expansion; just as "communism" was used to justify it in previous decades.

"American exceptionalism - that the United States alone has the right, whether by divine sanction or moral obligation, to bring civilization, or democracy, or liberty to the rest of the world, by violence if necessary...
Divine ordination is a very dangerous idea, especially when combined with military power (the United States has 10,000 nuclear weapons, with military bases in a hundred different countries and warships on every sea). With God's approval, you need no human standard of morality."
Howard Zinn
Update 3: "Somehow I don't see how you can equate protecting our interests to imperialism." LOL Really, it's just a coincidence that "our interests" have spanned time and distance...Nationalized Oil in Iran in the 1950s-not in "our interests" (Anglo-Iranian Oil Company,) but perhaps in... show more "Somehow I don't see how you can equate protecting our interests to imperialism." LOL
Really, it's just a coincidence that "our interests" have spanned time and distance...Nationalized Oil in Iran in the 1950s-not in "our interests" (Anglo-Iranian Oil Company,) but perhaps in the Iranians' interest?...
http://www.iranchamber.com/history/coup5...
Democratic Governments in Guatamala (1954) and Chile (1973)-not in "our interests" (United Fruit Company/Anaconda Copper).
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