Sunday, October 3, 2004


Don't ask why I'm up this early after partying my ass off last night. Well . . . the dog had to go. So, while I'm up, I found this over at Kos:


The results of wrong war, wrong time, wrong place:

  • Iraqi civilian fatalities: Uncertain, but at least 12,976

  • Iraqi military fatalities: Uncertain, several thousand
  • Coalition fatalities: 1198

  • U.S. fatalities: 1060

  • U.S. fatalities in September: 80 (tied for 3rd highest month and highest since May)

  • U.S. wounded (according to Dept. of Defense): 703

  • Number of Weapons of Mass Destruction found: Zero

  • [. . .]

    And we should stay the course? I don't give a shit if God came down and told Bush to do this personally, it's still wrong.

    Results revisited. From Newsweek:

    Oct. 2 - With a solid majority of voters concluding that John Kerry outperformed George W. Bush in the first presidential debate on Thursday, the president’s lead in the race for the White House has vanished, according to the latest NEWSWEEK poll. In the first national telephone poll using a fresh sample, NEWSWEEK found the race now statistically tied among all registered voters, 47 percent of whom say they would vote for Kerry and 45 percent for George W. Bush in a three-way race.

    [. . .]

    These are results we like to see.

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