Yes people, it's all over. The evil-doers are dead;
"..last week [the Pentagon] released figures to USA Today on how many insurgents U.S. forces have supposedly killed since the invasion of Iraq ended: 18,832 since June 2003; 4,882 'militants' so far in 2007 alone.....As the USA Today report points out, last year Centcom Commander John Abizaid had suggested that the forces of the Sunni insurgency numbered in the 10,000-20,000 range. If the released figures are accurate, nearly 25%-50% of that number must have been killed this year. (Who knows how many were wounded.) Add in suspected Sunni insurgents and terrorists incarcerated in American prisons in Iraq only in the "surge" months of 2007 -- another 8,000 or so -- and it suddenly looks as if something close to the full insurgency has essentially been turned into a ghost resistance between January and September of this year.
The U$ also says;
"Our troops have killed or captured an average of more than 1,500 al Qaeda terrorists and other extremists every month since January of this year."
Now given that Al-Qaeda of Mesopotamia only has about 1,500 fighters - that must mean its all over?
Or somebody is telling porky-pies.