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Friday, September 07, 2007

It's Gonna be the Best Surge Ever!

It's Gonna be the Best Surge Ever!

2007 monthly U.S. fatalities in Iraq surpass 2006 levels! Frank de Libero posts a chart showing that monthly GI deaths in 2007 are higher than in 2006. As Matthew Yglesias points out, "the 'surge' strategy specifically contemplated risking higher American death rates…in order to accomplish some larger political goals. Unfortunately, those goals weren't achieved so we just have more dead people." Think Progress

It's Gonna be the Best Surge Ever!

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At Fri Sep 07, 04:00:00 PM, Blogger FranIAm said...

I've said this in several other places today...

The surge is working!

The one that is dumbing down our country anyway.

 
At Fri Sep 07, 10:46:00 PM, Blogger Pavel Chekov said...

I like a government that establishes goals. Thank you for bringing this to our attention.

 
At Fri Sep 07, 11:30:00 PM, Blogger Freida Bee said...

Dick looks very plaesed with himself, having orchestrated the last 7(+ many before) years. W, et. al will do anything he says, as this picture makes clear.

 
At Sat Sep 08, 12:37:00 AM, Anonymous Omnipotent Poobah said...

Tiny bombles, in the aaaaaiiirrrrr!
- With apologies to Don Ho

 
At Sat Sep 08, 09:00:00 AM, Blogger Dr. Zaius said...

FranIAm: The surge may failing, but the meme about the surge is building momentum!

Pavel Chekov: Good day, Ensign! Thank you for stopping by! Our Government's biggest goal at this point seems to be moving the goal post.

Freida Bee: Dick's the leader of the band. Swing it, Maestro!

Omnipotent Poobah: LOL! Don Ho will never forgive you.

 
At Mon Sep 10, 03:22:00 PM, Blogger dguzman said...

First it was the Singing Senators (not gay!), now it's the Hawaiian Ass Clowns, singing "We're getting whiter and richer while more people die."

 
At Tue Sep 11, 04:05:00 AM, Blogger Dr. Zaius said...

*sigh* Too true.

 

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