Friday, April 30, 2004

Wolfowitz didn't just underestimate the number of US military deaths in Iraq

Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz, one of the chief architects of the Iraq war, grossly underestimated the number of US military deaths in Iraq yesterday, during testimony before a House committee. He said 500, with approximately 350 from combat. He was off by more than 200. But what's worse is the complete flippancy with which he answered. He seemed annoyed by the question.

Gee, Paul, sorry to bother you. Maybe you need to get back to the cave, to plan your next invasion. But before you do, you murdering scumbag, you should watch Nightline tonight, while Ted Koppel reads the list of all the US Soldiers who have died in Iraq. Maybe you should send a card to all the families, apologizing for all the lies you told to get everyone to believe sending them over there would be a cakewalk, and was necessary.

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