The delusional thinking begins right at the get-go: "You could look at the preliminary report on
Next Block takes advantage of NPR's shameful history of minimizing the civilian slaughter in Iraq by a factor of ten. Considering that about a million civilians have been slaughtered in the Iraq War since 2003, what is one to make of these comments by Block?
- "President Bush today warned of the risk of mass killings in
on a horrific scale. If that were to come to pass, what would you do then? Would you send troops back in then?" Iraq
- "But you’re talking about just thousands of US troops left by next April, what would happen if there were a bloodbath?"
Guess what Melissa? Over two million refugees, two million internally displaced, and one million dead out of 26 million people counts as a bloodbath. The glass may be empty, but the tub is full.