Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Lights Out

Think Progress (10.18.06):
"Residents of Baghdad are receiving just 2.4 hours of electricity this month, compared to an average of 16-24 hours of electricity before the U.S. invasion. The lowest level prior to this month was 3.9 hours/day." Electricity Levels In Baghdad At Lowest Level Since U.S. Invasion
The good folks at Think Progress prepared a chart for us, "using data compiled by the Brookings Institution". Go take a look. It's pretty pathetic. As Atrios notes, George and the boys aren't even trying anymore.


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