Today is the 4th Anniversary of the beginning of the War in Iraq.
In 2003, when we started, 72% of Americans supported the war (turns out, we were lied to, big time) Now, 32% favor it, not that I've actually met any of those people.
3,220 Americans have been killed in Iraq since the war began. That's more than were killed in the September 11 attacks. Over 24,000 Americans have been wounded.
Somewhere between 60,000 and 65,000 Iraqis have been killed, many by other Iraqis. Over 2 million Iraqis have fled Iraq for such places as Sweden and Egypt.
And nobody seems to know exactly what to do next, or how it all will end. And our commander in chief is a complete and utter moron.
Is there good news? Well, 673 days until he leaves the worst foreign policy disaster in the history of The United States behind for somebody else to clean up.
Happy Freakin' Anniversary.