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Don't Let the Bush Administration bury the human costs of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan! Embed the War Comes Home Iraq and Afghanistan Casualty Widget on your website, MySpace, or Facebook page.

Close to 73,000 American servicemen and women have been killed, wounded, injured or fallen in ill the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Another 263,000 have received treatment from the VA. 245,000 have filed a disability claim. These are not numbers the warmongers in Washington want everyone to know. Special thanks to Veterans for Common Sense for using the Freedom of Information Act to obtain this information

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Over half of the military's special "Wounded Warrior Transition Units" had staffing short-falls of more than 50 percent.

How well do you know your facts about U.S. veterans returning from Iraq or Afghanistan? Take the War Comes Home "Did You Know?" Quiz and find out!

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Pacifica radio network reporter Aaron Glantz is author of the new book "How America Lost Iraq" (Tarcher/Penguin). More information at

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 Well what else is new. this war in iraq is a... by vincent passiatore on Friday, Feb 29, 2008 at 11:04:03 PM
Where is mainstream news on this?Oops, sorry that ... by crispy on Saturday, Mar 1, 2008 at 4:07:11 AM