Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Here's a number you'll not be hearing in the news

posted by The Vidiot @ 5:50 PM Permalink

'Cause if'n you did, there'd be a whole heap or crap goin' down.

It’s the number 89,457 [.doc].

As of Nov. 9, that’s how many American casualties there were in Iraq and Afghanistan since Oct. 7, 2001, when the Afghan war officially began. That includes a tire-screeching 75,134 dead, wounded-in-action, and medically evacuated due to illness, disease, or injury in Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF), and 14,323 and counting in Afghanistan, or Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF).

Tomorrow, on Veterans Day, please keep in mind all the casualties we DON'T hear on the news.

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At 5:28 PM, Blogger Bill Arnett said...

"splains why w wouldn't allow photos of our returning dead, so he could hide how many there really were because of his illegal wars. I haven't heard any release of the numbers of dead and wounded since w left office and apparently no one has asked him or Obama has decided to continue to hide the numbers.

No wonder I've returned to "Flashback Land" so many dozens of times over the last few months.

Worthless phucking presidents.


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