24 Mar 2008

Media Celebrates US Death Toll Reaching 4000

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AP (employer of terrorist photographers) gleefully reports:

– A roadside bomb killed four U.S. soldiers in Baghdad on Sunday, the military said, pushing the overall American death toll in the five-year war to at least 4,000.

It’s sad, of course, that 4000 American soldiers lost their lives over the course of five years in Iraq, but… the casualties entailed by current US military operations are, in fact, very small compared to losses in countless individual battles in previous wars. Grant lost 7000 men in twenty minutes at Cold Harbor, June 3, 1864, at a time when the US population was roughly one tenth the size of today’s. Imagine 70,000 casualties in twenty minutes.

In WWII, the Battle of Iwo Jima lasted under six weeks, not five years, and the US conquest of that small island cost 7000 Americans lives.

source: Congresssional Report

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Scott D

The MSM has little real concern for the lives of those who serve in the military (it’s unlikely they even know any) unless such crocodile tears can be used to further the cause of the left. We know the Iraq effort must be going well, because it almost never appears on the front page of the Times, Post, etc.



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