Monday, August 04, 2003

The Wounded: I'm posting this on both blogs. The Guardian is saying that the number of American casualties in Iraq is much more than many of us have thought. When you include accidents and suicides, the death toll is close to 250 total, well over 100 since the President declared the end of hostilities on May 1. The number of wounded is over a 1,000. Can we still call this "bloodless" war?


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