Death Toll Comparison

America’s War on Iraq (since war began):
971 American Military deaths (according to http://www.antiwar.com/casualties/
6,210 American Military wounded (according to http://www.antiwar.com/casualties/
6,370 Maximum Estimated Iraqi Military Deaths (according to http://www.antiwar.com/casualties/
13,724 Maximum Estimated Iraqi Civilian Deaths (according to http://www.iraqbodycount.net/
21,065 maximum total estimate deaths

2,749 Deaths in WTC attack

America’s War on Humanity:
2.5 deaths every minute…
151 deaths every hour…
3,638 deaths every day…
25,466 deaths every week…
110,667 deaths every month…
1.3 Million deaths every year…
38 Million deaths since 1973…

…in America alone…

…due to abortion.

What this means is that there are more entirely innocent human beings killed in one week, in the U.S. alone, than all deaths combined in the war on Iraq since it began.

Ketchup

“A lot of people take ketchup really, really seriously,” Zachary says. “Michael Moore makes a film that criticizes the president, and he gets an award at Cannes. I make a bottle of ketchup, and I’m labeled as divisive.”

Mmmm. Tomatoey.