posted on Mar, 14 2006 @ 10:19 AM
deaths in Iraq are so common now that headlines like "85 bodies found in 24 hours" doesn't even shock or surprise me anymore.
I guess we sort of become immune and complacent to all these deaths because it's happening so far away and well American media isn't as graphic in
portraying death to us, so it never really hits home or sink in to us, the severity and the finality of so many lives (on both sides) being lost.
the lines are becoming blurred between the innocent, the soldiers, the terrorists, death is death and putting value on one over another is hard to do,
unless you're related or know the decease, death in Iraq doesn't seem to quite register with us in the way it should.
it's very sad