Monday, November 29, 2004

A new record.

"The U.S. military death toll in Iraq rose by at least three Monday and the November total is approaching the highest for any month since the American-led invasion was launched in March 2003.

At least 133 U.S. troops have died in Iraq so far this month — only the second time it has topped 100 in any month. The deadliest month was last April when 135 U.S. troops died as the insurgency flared in Sunni-dominated Fallujah, where dozens of U.S. troops died this month."

How long since they predicted that we'd be greeted by Iraqis throwing flowers?

How long since Rumsfeld said it would be a cakewalk?

How long since "Mission Accomplished"?

How long since Bush had Allawi publicly claim that everything in Iraq was just ducky?

How long before the puppy-dog press insists that Bush either make good on his bullshit - or ADMIT that it was bullshit?

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