just a few numbers...
> Well, yes, it *is* a rhetorical exercise, in the sense that that this is
> rhetoric rather than an assertion supported by the evidence of citations.
> I've read quite a few commentators on the left, and I don't see that any
> them have said anything about "anyone who attacks them can't be all bad."
> What I've seen is that leftists roll their eyes at the rhetoric of
> "innocence" and "shock" that has been pouring forth from the gov't and the
> major media.
According to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO),
about 35,615 children died from conditions of starvation on September 11,
* Victims: 35,615 children (source: FAO)
* Where: poor countries
* Special TV programs: none
* Newspaper articles: none
* Messages from the president: none
* Solidarity acts: none
* Minutes of silence: none
* Victims mournings: none
* Organized forums: none
* Pope messages: none
* Alert level: zero
* Military mobilization: none