Another 5 American soldiers dead in Iraq

Call me a libtard or a pinko or whatever you would like to, but it seems like the American people are finally beginning to wise up after having the realities and costs of war battering them over and over. Here we have another 5 soldiers who have died for this war. President Bush is seeing the lowest approval rating of his entire tenure. The latest Gallup polls show that 67% of the American people disapprove with how the Commander-in-Chimp is running this war as well as saying another 63% support a partial or complete withdrawl of our forces from Iraq.

These are indeed dark days we live in.

By Jonathan Finer and Fred Barbash
Washington Post Staff Writers
Tuesday, September 20, 2005; 9:48 AM

BAGHDAD, Sept. 20 — The military announced the deaths Tuesday of five U.S. soldiers in three separate roadside bomb explosions, pushing the number of U.S. fatalities since March 2003 past the 1,900 mark.

Four of the soldiers were assigned to the 2nd Marine Division, II Marine Expeditionary Force in Ramadi, 60 miles west of Baghdad. They were “conducting combat operations” and died in two separate incidents, said the military, declining to provide further details.

A fifth soldier belonged to the 18th Military Police Brigade and was killed 75 miles north of Baghdad when his vehicle was struck by an improvised explosive device, according to an official press release.

According to the Associated Press, the number of U.S combat deaths in Iraq stands at 1,904.

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