Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Odd, I hadn't heard





U.S. deaths in war now exceed 9/11 losses

Now the death toll is 9/11 times two.

U.S. military deaths from Iraq and Afghanistan now surpass those of the most devastating terrorist attack in America’s history, the trigger for what came next.

The latest milestone for a country at war came Friday without commemoration. It came without the precision of knowing who was the 2,974th to die in conflict. The terrorist attacks killed 2,973 victims in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whether or not 9/11 was an inside job with Bush directly responsible for the premeditated murder of those who died on that day, it is inargueable that he committed 1st degree premeditated serial murder on our troops by sending them into an unnecessary, and criminal war. Oops! Forgot the 40,000 Iraqi citizens he admits died as little inconsequential accidents, though if he admits to 40,000, we know the number is brutally higher, some put the number at a quarter million. This man is a premeditated, serial murderer, on a scale unprescedented in American history, exceeding Richard Speck, Richard Ramirez, Charles Manson, Ted Bundy, Ted Kuzinski and probably all the others combined. To say nothing of his other crimes, bankrupting the nation to the tune of trillions of dollars, destroying our schools and infrastructure, polluting the nations air, water, oceans, destroying our national parks and national treasures, etc. The man is criminality on a scale that makes Ken Lay, Bernie Ebbers, Al Capone, etc. look like choir boys ... angelic choir boys.

The synchophants say that the left hates America and hates Bush. They got it half right. We hate, hate, hate Bush because we love America. Bush is anathema to this nation.

8:41 AM  
Blogger <-<--esoder<---<----<----- said...

Now who's linking 9/11 and Iraq?

10:48 PM  

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