"Casualty of War"
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page 94

"...there is significant underreporting of violence in Iraq. On one day in July 2006 there were 93 attacks reported. Yet a careful review of the reports for that single day brought to light 1,100 acts of violence."

We must fake these numbers lower. 93 is too high. Why not 11. Or zero?

if faking, why not make it lower


lie to the American people (stay the course)

report the facts less (De-Facto Leadership)

Who knows where the bullet came from (Reagan Admin?)

Only counting attacks if an Iraqi citizen is speared by a unicorn. (Improvised Literary Device)


we cannot leave the troops are just getting armor

saying there are no casualties prevents casualties

every lie we tell now, will become truth then: but only if we have the courage not to tell the truth now

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