As we draw to the end of this very turbulent year I think that it would be interesting to review the past 1000 days in President Bush's 'War on Terror' specifically his policy in Iraq. On December the 13th, 2005 it had been 1000 days since the end of major combat operations, the primary goal of which,remove a dictator from power, to bring Democracy and good will to the people's of Iraq and to stop WMD's from blowing all to hell. Let's review this operation in numbers, that should be fairly esay for all to understand: $204.4 billion.The cost to the US of the war so far. $35,819m World Bank estimated cost of construction. 8% of Iraqi children suffere acute malnutrition. 251 Foreigners kidnapped 70% Iraqis whose sewage system rarely works 183,000 British & American troops are still in action in Iraq. 2,339 Allied troops killed 30,000 Estimated Iraqi civilian deaths 20 casualties per month from unexploded mines 20% Inflation rate 2005 25-40% Estimated unemployment rate, Nov 2005 82% Iraqis who are "strongly opposed" to presence of colaition troops 15,955 US troops wounded in action O WMD's found!! Makes one think that maybe it was a bad idea? Come on people, you are better than this,take action, complain bitterly and don't be complacent. It's no use burying your head in the sand this problem will not quietly disappear.