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Diane Gerst, Erhard, Letter: Surely facts of war are not boring news

I got the point Jane Ahlin made in her column March 16. But she seemed to me to say that 3,974 dead and 29,395 wounded American military and 90,000 dead Iraqi civilians and the determination that no link existed between Saddam and...

I got the point Jane Ahlin made in her column March 16. But she seemed to me to say that 3,974 dead and 29,395 wounded American military and 90,000 dead Iraqi civilians and the determination that no link existed between Saddam and

al-Qaida was boring, old news.

Surely she couldn't have meant to say that these facts are boring, old news. We must never forget the horrific price of war. Perhaps President Bush forgot, and so, based on lies, we entered into this terrible war with the disastrous results that Ahlin mentioned in her column.

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