Friday, April 30, 2004

TV is Your Friend

If you can't tune into Nightline tonight, take a moment to look at their website. On the show tonight they'll be listing the names of the 725 Americans who have died in Iraq since March 19, 2003. The website lists them all by the day they died, their names, their rank, and the circumstances of their death.

When Paul Wolfowitz was asked by the Congressional committee investigating 9/11 how many deaths there had been in Iraq, he responded "It's approximately 500, of which - I can get the exact numbers - approximately 350 are combat deaths." 521 were combat deaths, Paul.

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