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U.S. Fatalities in Iraq as of August 1, 2005


The map
by kos
Fri Aug 26th, 2005 at 00:49:08 PDT
Know how conservatives love to use those maps showing areas that voted Republicans, and those that voted Democrats?

What would they say about this map?

LINK TO MAP

Update: Thanks to popular demand, the 2004 map by county:

LINK TO ELECTION 2004 MAP BY COUNTY

LINK TO ORIGINAL

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Bush loves his country so much, that he poison its next generation with Uranium.

Radioactive Wounds of War
Tests on returning troops suggest serious health consequences of depleted uranium use in Iraq
By Dave Lindorff

Gerard Matthew thought he was lucky. He returned from his Iraq tour a year and a half ago alive and in one piece. But after the New York State National Guardsman got home, he learned that a bunkmate, Sgt. Ray Ramos, and a group of N.Y. Guard members from another unit had accepted an offer by the New York Daily News and reporter Juan Gonzalez to be tested for depleted uranium (DU) contamination, and had tested positive.

Matthew, 31, decided that since he’d spent much of his time in Iraq lugging around DU-damaged equipment, he’d better get tested too. It turned out he was the most contaminated of them all.

Matthew immediately urged his wife to get an ultrasound check of their unborn baby. They discovered the fetus had a condition common to those with radioactive exposure: atypical syndactyly. The right hand had only two digits.

http://www.inthesetimes.com/site/main/article/2298/

The effects of DU on the Iraqis and American GIs will outlast anything else that will come out of this war. This could be the ultimate war crime.

The overlpapping corollary is astounding.

Kudoos

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