Monday, October 30, 2006

101 American servicemebers died in Iraq this month

And we don't need to be thinking the Liberal media is in any way trying to sway the election at all, do we.
According to the AP article:

A member of the 89th Military Police Brigade was killed in east Baghdad on Monday, and a Marine died in fighting in insurgent-plagued Anbar province the day before, raising to 101 the number of U.S. service members killed in a bloody October, the fourth deadliest month of the war. At least 2,814 American forces have died since the war began in March 2003.
Ok,that's 2.814 in a country that hasn't seen anything but a bloody dictator for about 30 years.

IF the AP really wanted to highlight government policies gone wrong- they could look at this data table showing 2.394 homicides in Grey Davis' California of 2004- one year alone, under a functioning, Democratically controlled Executive and Legislative branches of government.

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