Tuesday, February 27, 2007

18 killed

18 boys were killed in a soccer field in Iraq.

AP points out this:

In July 2005, a suicide bombing in Baghdad killed 27 people, including 18 children and an American soldier. A moment of silence across Iraq was later held. But now, the violence has become so frequent and numbing that it's possible the boys' death will pass without any special note.

And just think, yesterday Laura Bush said:

"And many parts of Iraq are stable now. But, of course, what we see on television is the one bombing a day this discourages everybody."

Laura, it isn't "discouraging" - it's immoral, filthy, horrifying and disgusting, and your husband caused it.


Iggy Junior said...

I wonder, would the dumb bitch be so cold if it was "the one bombing a day" in, say, New York? What if it were her Dallas? Would she care then? Would she, too, be discouraged and disheartened?

Iggy said...

Not only is it cold as hell; it's wrong. It's more like five a day.