Thursday, July 1, 2010


Coalition forces killed in Afghanistan topped 100 in June, the war's highest monthly toll and approaching some of the deadliest months in the Iraq war.

The deaths of 102 servicemembers included a record 59 Americans. Nine of the 46 nations in the U.S.-led coalition suffered fatalities, the most countries to lose troops since the conflict began nearly nine years ago.

Now that the major "anti war" politicians are done using the issue to gain power, and now that the "anti war" groups have unlimited access to their allies in power . . . they're no longer "anti war".

Remember "General Betray Us"? He was just unanimously confirmed (with the votes of all the "anti war" senators and with the silent acquiescence of those "anti war" absolutists who gave him that nickname).

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