Monday, March 24, 2008

4,000 dead in Iraq


7 comments:

Anonymous said...

this is one of the most disgusting things that I have ever seen. to insinuate that the president is proud that 4,000 people are dead is not a laughing matter.

Michelle D said...

This is a fark.com cliche. If I could have 1 dollar for the amount of times it was used on the site I'd be a millionaire.

http://grampyshouse.net/cliches/galleries/M/M.htm

D.B. Echo said...

Now, if these men do not die well, it
will be a black matter for the king that led them to
it; whom to disobey were against all proportion of
subjection.

- Henry V
, Act 4, Scene 1

professor milburn cleaver, opa said...

Although any soldier's death is tragic there is some more of the tale to tell. WE have been told that the Iraq War has now been fought longer that WWII and this is the case. However students, may I remind you that the total US death toll in WWII was over 400,000over a period of about three years and eight months. Although the Iraq war has been longer the death toll is 396,000 LESS than WWII. I believe the outrage over the 4000 deaths lends credence to the fact the the US of A is quickly becoming a feminized nanny state. Let's face facts students, war is not pretty, war is not a game and war fought in the middle east is most certainly not either easily or swiftly won. Of course it was a mistake to even go into the conflict, but it would be an even more horrendous mistake to suddenly withdraw. Sometimes it is best for the young children to swallow their castor oil and face the facts of life. Class dismissed.

Anonymous said...

MAKE THEM FEEL THAT THEY'RE IMPORTANT TO THE CAUSE...
LET THEM KNOW THAT THEY ARE FIGHTING FOR THEIR HOME..
JUST BE SURE THAT THEY'RE CONTRIBUTING THEIR ALL...
GIVE THE SCHMUCK A GUN AND LET THE SUCKER FIGHT...
AND BE SURE TO HAVE DESERTERS SHOT ON SIGHT...
IF HE DIES WE'LL SEND A MEDAL TO HIS WIFE....

Doctor Rick said...

4000 sacrifices, not deaths. They are there protecting your right to use their lives as statistics to condemn a President with courage to implement change and protect our nation.

Michelle said...

More evidence that Bush and McCain have been incredibly weak on national security and foreign policy. http://acropolisreview.com/2008/03/john-mccains-iraq-war-five-year.html