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  • wgboxman2 wgboxman2 May 6, 2013 1:07 PM Flag

    The tragic deaths of our soldiers fighting in Afghanistan has risen 72% in olamos 5 year old war.

     

    In yet another sin of omission, the national press corps has failed to report that more than twice as many U.S. military service people were killed in Afghanistan since Obama took office than in six and a half years of the Bush administration.
    Nearly 100 soldiers have died in the last 122 days alone. The mainstream media must think dead soldiers under a Democrat are less dead than under a Republican. Remember when CNN ran daily body counts?
    Obama, the anti-war Bush slanderer who pandered for votes from the likes of Code Pink, has just committed the U.S. to 12 more years in Afghanistan and billions of dollars in aid. Still, the MSM sycophants say nothing.
    Olamo has left our men and women without the necessary man power and defenses to defend themselves.
    Coalition Military Fatalities By Year
    2007
    117
    42
    73
    232
    2008
    155
    51
    89
    295
    2009
    317
    108
    96
    521
    2010
    499
    103
    109
    711
    2011
    418
    46
    102
    566
    2012
    93
    16
    31
    140 Less
    Yesterday 5/4/13 was another sad day in olamo's Afghanistan 5 year old war. Seven of our proud young soldiers were killed by not having adequate military support and aid from the white house. Thanks Mr. President for protecting are young men at arms.

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