Comparing Quagmires: Iraq, France, Brazil and the Clintons

It’s been a rough year for the French police…

A spokesman for the French police union says:

“We are in a state of civil war, orchestrated by radical Islamists. This is not a question of urban violence any more, it is an intifada …”

Infidel Bloggers Alliance examines the desperate situation in France.

2005 was a terribly violent year… in Brazil.

According to the Justice Ministry:

Some 55,000 Brazilians died of homicide in 2005 — a few thousand more civilians than in three years of war in Iraq, according to leading estimates.

If we use the Lancet Model, murders in Brazil would topple 87 gazillion.

Finally, comparing US Active Duty military fatality numbers during the Clinton years verses US fatalities in Iraq…

Results taken from Iraq Coalition Casualties and Murdoc Online Official Department of Defense Report

So, where was the outrage during the Clinton years?

So, How Bad Are Things in Iraq Really?
In One Year, Brazilian Murders Eclipse Total Iraqi War Deaths
US Lost More Soldiers Annually Under Clinton Than in Iraq

Update: My apologies to Pastorius, that was 4.5% not 14.5% casualty rate as originally posted.

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