Tuesday, January 16, 2007

34,000 Iraqis killed last year

Just last month we lost our 3,000th serviceman in Iraq. With Bush's escalation (it's not a "surge", I don't care how many times the MSM uses that bullshit term) of another 20,000+ Americans, there will now be more targets to get in the way of Iraq's civil war. However, our 3,000 precious lives doesn't even come close to the more than 34,000 Iraqi civilians who died last year.

Think about this, Saddam was hung for killing 5,000 of his own people.

The one-day death toll tops 100 in Baghdad. What will it take for the unhinged-chickenhawk-pro-death/pro-war types to admit they are wrong?