Thursday, March 23, 2006

Who will be first?

When the month of March closes and a typical news from Iraq day starts like this...

At least 56 Iraqis died Thursday in violence, including a car bombing that killed 25 people in the third major attack on a police lockup in three days. A suicide car bomber detonated his explosives at the entrance to the Interior Ministry Major Crimes unit in Baghdad's central Karradah district, killing 10 civilians and 15 policemen employed there, authorities said.

Who will be the first right-winger to note that American casualties decreased and proclaim it...



My metaphysical money is on Malkin with a quick "heh, indeed" from Ernest T. Bass, ESQ.

Of course the most likely reason that deaths of Americans would decrease is that by orders U.S. soldiers are staying in their compounds to let the Sunni & Shia kill each other - hoping they'll tire of it.

The sweet policy of success it isn't.


Holden notes another report indicating that while deaths have decreased the number of wounded has actually spiked upwards.

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