We Should Pull Out of America

The FBI is reporting that in the year 2005 there were nearly 17,000 murders in the United States and that violent crimes have increased. -story-

With the murder rate on the rise and an estimated 17,000 murders in the United States last year, and 16,137 in 2004, it seems our country is not worth fighting for. According to the Left’s mindset we should pull out of the United States. America can never be a democracy with so much violence on a yearly basis, can it?

Around 2,700 US service men and women have died in Iraq; meaning we should give up and let Al Qaeda win. Well, that’s what many Democrats have been pushing for, namely John Murtha. But if you think about it, we have been in that country (Iraq), where we have been fighting a war, and the numbers of American deaths are only a small fraction of citizen deaths inside America. So, since more Americans are killed in our own country than in Iraq, the Democrat's argument that we should immediately withdraw because it's too costly seems to be one that has no bearing in reality.

And the Democrat’s argument that American lives aren’t worth freeing millions of people should be irrelevant given that they never mention the number of deaths in the United States far out number those in a war zone. Maybe, it’s just the Bush factor that has them wanting to quit. Because obviously they care very little about U.S. citizens being murdered on our own soil; at least it seems that way based on the major media’s focus the last few years.

**In 2004 more Americans were murdered in California alone, than were killed in action serving in Iraq that year. In fact, in the year 2004, there were
2,394 reported homicides in California. Which means in the last 2 and a half years, more Americans have died in the Golden State than have died in the entire Iraq conflict. So, according to liberal logic, we should immediately withdraw from California and leave it to the criminal element…its’ not worth it, remember?