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Old 04-28-2009, 10:08 PM
atomdanger
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Originally Posted by NateR
Agreed.

I'm kind of amazed that, after about 6 years, we're still under 5,000 dead in Iraq. Just going by casualty rates, that would make the Iraq War the most successful war in American history.

In WW2 alone, there were over 416,000 US military soldiers killed and that war was far from being a failure for the United States.
For some reason I think we've forgotten thats its war.
not a tea party, but WAR.

people die, if people want a war with no deaths, well it isn't going to happen.
Maybe most people don't realize they really really shoot and kill one another in a real war,
or something??? I don't know.

I am certainly not happy that over 4K american soldiers are dead,
but that isn't too bad for a war that has lasted this long.
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