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There will be those who will view this post as gloating over the deaths, however there will also be those who will view this as a good thing as they have been pretty consistent for 2007 after reaching a high of 112 in December of 2006. Jan 2007...83 deaths, Feb 2007....80 deaths, March 2007...82 deaths, it is what it is the death count in this conflict. This will go on as long as we are in Iraq, and it is a grim reminder of the effects of war.
“We like to say that dependability is more important than ability,” Bill Belichickism....