The Washington Times:
The number of military service women killed in Iraq and Afghanistan has reached 70, more than the total from the Korean, Vietnam and Desert Storm wars.
“Some have argued that the women who have died are no different than the men,” according to a report noting the 70 casualties from the Center for Military Readiness, which opposes women in combat. “But deliberate exposure of women to combat violence in war is tantamount to acceptance of violence against women in general.” [emphasis Murdoc’s]
Now, Murdoc isn’t necessarily the biggest supporter of female combat troops in the world, but this is statement is just baloney.