Tuesday, 1 March 2011

Marching Orders

David Cameron, in move that would have inspired a Larkin poem, has cut 11,000 jobs in the military, at the moment that Britain may go to war against Libya.  Certainly, we are maybe hours or days away from a no-fly zone, and perhaps ground support should the Colonel use WMDs on his own people.  Eyewear believes it is justified to support the Libyan protesters, and stop this insane (and oddly giggling) regime from any more genocidal behaviour - even if that means boots on the ground.  Cameron could erase the folly of Iraq, with a just war, now.
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