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Response to randome (Reply #3)

Fri Aug 30, 2013, 04:52 AM

11. Cameron was unable to provide proof to his Parliament. He admitted that 'this is a

judgement call'. And basically said that the 'evidence' was 'circumstantial. Parliament voted against intervention.

If the US has that evidence, they need to present, and they need to show it to their allies. No one trusts the US anymore.

Listening to the debated in Parliament today was amazing. Politicians who actually wanted to see proof before heading blithely off to war, again, following the US like puppy dogs. It seems the Brits have had enough of the US and they said so today in no uncertain terms. The US was not treated kindly in the UK Parliament today.

The old scare tactics aren't working anymore. They have become fodder for comedians.

Obama can back away from this, IF he wants to.

Killing people to 'save' them has never been an acceptalbe idea to anone other than war mongers.

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