Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Culture of Life

Bush used to like to use the term "culture of life" to describe the goals of his administration. A more accurate term would have been "culture of death".

Today 11 more American Soldiers died in Iraq.

So far in October 70 American Soldiers died in Bush's war.

The Associated Press reports that Iraqi's are now dying at a rate of 45 per day. That would be so far in October 810 lives.

All together in this month 880 human beings lost, sons, daughters, wives, husbands, fathers, mothers, sisters, brothers.

We are accomplishing what Mr. Bush? Are the people of Iraq safer? Are the people of the United States safer? Is the world safer? Has this stopped or even slowed down the plans of terrorists? What has this war done for anyone with the exception of Halliburton?

Stay the course is the plan this President and the Republicans offer us. At the current rate of deaths, by the time a new President is inaugurated in January of 2009, which will be 1925 more American soldiers and 22275 human lives over all. Will that be enough?

Enough for what is the real question?


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