October 30, 2006

Constantly changin' tactics to achieve strategery
As we "win support" and build "bonds of friendship," the US military death toll in Iraq for October climbs to 100. Make that 101.

With the insurgency in its last throes, blasts kill at least 35 people and wound scores in Baghdad in one of bloodiest days in the capital in weeks.

A few dead-enders kill 80 in Iraq, 33 in Sadr City bombings.

As Iraqis stand up, they're ... ummmm ... falling over. Dead. 17 policemen were kidnapped and killed in Basra Sunday night. Bonus: Britain will be evacuating some of its staff from the consulate there due to increased attacks by insurgents.

Makin' progr... Violence surges in Iraq.

Democracy's on the march: Bush's "free Iraq" is a living horror film - tortured prisoners huddled in dungeons, murder victims mutilated with knives and electric drills, and distraught families searching for relations who have been "disappeared."

Adjustin' tactics, fourteen thousand weapons the United States has provided to Iraqi security forces cannot be accounted for, a new report to Congress says.

Double bonus: House Majority Leader and clueless partisan douchenozzle John "Boner" Boehner (R-Duh) says “Rumsfeld is the best thing that’s happened to the Pentagon in 25 years."
- m

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