Thursday, September 24, 2009

Bush's Legacy still continues

In the country which had nothing to do with 9/11.
Two hundred to three hundred Iraqi civilians are killed each month, a number down a bit over the last year, according to a new study by the Congressional Research Service.

The study, which you can read here, looks at several different counts of civilian deaths, and notes that reporting on the deaths is still irregular, and methodologies variable. It was posted by Secrecy News.
Spreading fear and despair rather than freedom and democracy, George. Isn't that what you wanted all along anyway?

How does it feel to have ruined an entire country?


Steve Bates said...

"How does it feel to have ruined an entire country?"

Oh; I just realized... you mean Iraq.

ellroon said...

You want me to list them all??