Where they came from ...
can be seen at:
and where they went, of course, was to die in Iraq.
California has lost the most, then Texas, then New York, then Pennsylania; Florida, Ohio and Illinois have also lost more than 100 sons and daughters in Bush's vanity war.
The war in Iraq has gone on longer than the US involvement in World War II, and the man in the White House vows that so long as he is President the US will continue to send its sons and daughters to die in Iraq.
Garth Brooks sang, in "Ireland", this lyric:
We were forty against hundreds,
In someone else's bloody war.
We know not why we're fighting,
Or what we're dying for.
They will storm us in the morning,
As the sunlight turns the sky.
Death is waiting for it's dance now,
Fate has sentenced us to die.
It could be about America now.