Monday, May 29, 2006

Sacrifice Update

So far in May, sixty U.S. troops have been killed in Iraq. The total is now 2,464 dead and 17,869 wounded.

Also in May, approximately 940 Iraqi civilians and security forces have been killed according to this source. So far this year, the number is about 4,670. How many people in the U.S. realize that?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

More to the point - how many care?

5/29/2006 6:33 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hard to keep up with the numbers since our press has become a state sponsored industry.

5/29/2006 11:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Um, Brad and Angelina had a baby girl.

Yes, it is very sad how many Americans are disengaged from their own government. Don't you think politicians like it that way so they can exploit us, and situations?

Every economic ladder has their excuse. Whether it be Paris Hilton who dropped out of high school, middle America hanging on, or the guy working at Walmart and two other jobs to make ends meet or his family would become one of the working homeless.

Our Capitalism sometimes overshadows and devours our Democracy.

Did you hear 2 CBS crew were killed, and the correspondent, Kimberly Dozier, was critically injured.

5/29/2006 5:44 PM  
Anonymous jay walker said...

Every time you post the bodycount, I'll swing by and 'complain' that you always seem to forget to take notice of the Coalition dead, TCR.

I don't think you have an 'America First' mentality, but why don't mention the 224 - mostly UK, but many other - soldiers?

I comment only 2 days after you posted this, but as of May 31, icasualties notes 1,002 Iraqi victims - 62 more in just 2 days.

And with now over 70 killed journalists, that's more than in Vietnam, or even WWII.


5/31/2006 1:28 AM  
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