The "liberal" Washington Post was among the first
to report that Bush has finally put a number on Iraqi dead since the U.S.-led
2003 invasion. But here's how they did it: "President Bush today stood
by his decision nearly three years ago to invade Iraq, despite the fact that
some 30,000 Iraqis and more than 2,000 U.S. troops have been killed."
So now 30,000 is a fact? The group IraqBodyCount.org
lists specifics of about 30,000 civilians killed so far, let alone
the total. Other credible estimates range far higher.
Among the credible sources ignored
by the Post is the underreported
and baselessly derided
that England's leading medical journal The Lancet published
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