JUST LIKE ANY LARGE U.S. CITY

Remember, the violence in Baghdad really isn't any worse than in any major American city. Why, just yesterday I think I saw something in the news about a couple car bombs going off in…um…Charlotte, I think. There are multiple IED attacks every day in Indianapolis as well.

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Seattle residents search among charred corpses for relatives

Oh, and 25 more US troops died this weekend too. In some major U.S. city, I think, but I didn't really read the article. Maybe it was in Iraq.

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2 Responses to “JUST LIKE ANY LARGE U.S. CITY”

  1. Mike Says:

    Proportionately to the US, there are a little over 1,000 people dying in Iraq every day. (100 X 10:1). Or two September 11ths every week.

  2. Ed Says:

    We have 5 homicides per 100,000 people annually.

    Last year, Iraq had 766 violent deaths per 100,000.