Headline in the Sunday Los Angeles Times:
War's Iraqi Death Toll Tops 50,000
The administration has underestimated the number of Iraqi deaths; by about 20,000.
They underestimated the number of "weapons of mass destruction" three years ago; none.
Did they underestimate the cost of this war, over 250 BILLION dollars so far? Think of the education and health issues we could have spent that money on. Hell, we could pay tribute to Halliburton and still have 249 billion bucks to build schools and roads and, heck, take care of some medication for the elderly. We could have even incouraged education in other countries with aid.
Guess how many American service people won't be coming back to teach school, drive trucks, or raise families. Over 2,500.
And, there's no telling how many more will die before this is over. To quote my friend Sandy, "Is there no fucking end to this room?"