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Posted by on Jun 16, 2006 in At TMV | 4 comments

2,500 deaths in Iraq isn’t just a number

There have now been 2,500 (and counting) U.S. military deaths in the Iraq War. To the White House, this is just a meaningless number. But it’s not. These are the men and women, along with over 100 foreign troops and countless civilians and Iraqi military personnel, who have died in what J. Kingston Pierce at The Reaction calls a “misbegotten adventure”.



You can find his post on the 2,500 deaths and the state of the Iraq War here.

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