Wright To Blame For Deadliest Month For US Troops In Iraq This Year, Resurgent Taliban, Recession
Four US soldiers have been killed along with scores of militants following two days of fighting in the Baghdad slum of Sadr City and rocket fire elsewhere in the capital.
The latest casualties, announced yesterday, make April the deadliest month in Iraq for the US military since last September, with at least 44 soldiers dying, according to a toll by the Associated Press.
U.S. Marines exchanged gunfire with militants Tuesday after pouring into a Taliban-held town in southern Afghanistan in the first major American operation in the region in years.
The U.S. economy is in recession, or soon to be in one, according to USA TODAY’s quarterly survey of leading economists.
Two-thirds of the 52 economists polled said the U.S. economy is in recession. Add those who believe the economy will be in recession soon, and 79% believe that the economy will contract at some point in 2008.
That’s it. I’ve had it.
Rev. Wright will not get my vote in November.