Just under 4,230 Americans died in the Iraq War during George W. Bush’s time in office. Nearly that many–3,903–have died in Chicago alone since Barack Obama took office in 2009. The Atlantic reports that 4,229 Americans died in Iraq on Bush’s watch. That means over 4,200 Americans lost their lives in a country in the Middle East. But while Obama has been office, nearly 4,000 Americans have died in a city in the USA–and that city is gun-controlled Chicago. ABC 7 reports 453 murders in Chicago in 2009 and the Chicago Tribune reports 435 for 2010. The Tribune also reports that there were 437 murders in Chicago in 2011, there were 506 in 2012, 420 in 2013, 416 in 2014, and 468 in 2015. As of December 27 there have been 768 murders in Chicago in 2016, but there are still four more days for that number to rise. In other words, there have been a total of 3,903 murders in gun-controlled Chicago from the start of 2009 through December 27, 2016, but that number could be higher before January 1, 2017 arrives, and will certainly be higher before Obama leaves office. There is a reason Chicago has gained the nickname Chiraq, and it's because Chicago under Obama's gun control has turned into the world's smallest war zone inside the United States. Actually since the Chicago area is smaller than Bush's Iraq war, you could almost say there are more people killed in Chicago than Bush's Iraq. Obama's so called hometown of Chicago even though we all know he's really from Kenya, turned slowly into Iraq and has now become Chiraq under Obama's watch...And it's all due to Chicago's Stasi gun laws under Democrat Liberal leadership. Of course Chicago is never mentioned by Democrats or Obama, because Chicago is worst hell hole than Bush's Iraq. Personally I'm shocked that Illinois went blue during the election, since the city of Chicago was turned into a silent war zone under Obama and Liberal leadership. The city of Chicago is so bad, that if your ever travling through the city...You would think your in Afghanistan and Iraq at the same time.