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Sunday, November 4, 2007

The Day Nobody Was Killed In Iraq

Snooper brings good news from Iraq to our readers here at A Newt One and, at the same time, bring Bad News to the Leftinistra. Simply amazing. All of the hard work and all the Leftinistra attempts at losing The War In Iraq and all they can do to celebrate yet another Milestone in this war is the deafening silence.

Morons.

Hat Tip to Michelle Malkin, and news brought to us from The Australian:
IT is whispered about at the margins of meetings, and discussed in Washington parties where rumour is passed around with the wine and canapes.

It even appears, fleetingly, to be fact.

"The day nobody died from violence in Iraq" is a date that has been much anticipated in the White House - where US President George W. Bush is desperate to hail the success of his surge of 30,000 troops this year.

But no one can quite say when this event occurred.

"It was some time this week, wasn't it?" says a senior military source. "Or maybe last week."

Another diplomatic official confidently asserted that there were "at least two such days this month". When, exactly? "Not sure," he replied.

Such vagueness may be concealing a truly significant transformation on the ground in Iraq.

There have certainly been several days in the past month when no US or British soldiers were killed.

During a five-day stretch between October 19 and 23, there were no deaths among coalition forces. Although three US servicemen died from "non-hostile causes", this was the longest period without combat deaths for almost four years. And, between October 27 and 29, there were more days without coalition deaths. [...]
We, in The New Media, have been saying that this day will come for quite some time now, only to be raked over the coals and subjected to ignorant idiots from the opposition.

Paybacks are hell and at the same time glorious.

The fighting is far from over but at least there is light at the end of the tunnel.