Wednesday, October 11, 2006

So many deaths in Iraq, but it started with one
By: John Amato @ 11:55 AM - PDT

If this report doesn't wake the country from their long sleep on Iraq I don't know what will.

"Study Claims Iraq's 'Excess' Death Toll Has Reached 655,000" How can anybody live with themselves that supported this immorality? It seems they are sleeping just fine.

Arthur reminds us:
Remember the five-year-old Iraqi girl who was killed by the same bombs that killed al-Zarqawi. Remember the following, and try to understand it at long last—-Iraq did not attack us. Iraq did not threaten us. Our leaders knew it. Our invasion and occupation of Iraq were blatant, indefensible acts of aggression. Therefore, when the very first Iraqi was killed as the result of our actions, we had committed an act that was gravely immoral, and entirely unforgivable. Yet even now, most Americans desperately cling to the notion that our actions might still be redeemed…read on

Thanks to C&L

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