Thursday, January 04, 2007

So the death toll in Iraq is at 3000, more than the number who died in 9/11.

I have one question: So?

According to some sources, that is 97,000 people less than the number of Kurds gassed by Hussein. That's far less than the number of disenfranchised women living in the Middle East. It's about 100 times more than the number of people who are trampled to death each year during the Hajj. And it's a drop in the bucket compared to the number of dead in Darfur, and we're supposed to drop everything and rush to Darfur's aid.

I don't believe we should have gone into Iraq for the same reasons we shouldn't have gone into Somalia and why we should not get involved in Darfur. People killing each other in their own country is their own business.



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