Well done, Dave, you have come out victor in another conflict started without consent of the British public and at an estimated cost of Â£1bn give or take a few hundred million pounds. And I thought Britain was broke and we all (that is, the public at large) had to take it stoically on the chin. Â£1bn? That’s 5 new schools for you right there.
And now, the evil, but slightly comical goatee-bearded villain is dead. No more long rambling rhetorical speeches for journalists to be smugly condescending about and how comforting it is to know that the unelected Libyan transitional Head of State (who, not forgetting, was this time last year the Justice Minister in the aforesaid villain’s showpiece government) has publicly said that the bastions of humanity will not be forgotten when it comes to handing out those lucrative contracts to rebuild the bombed out country. A score for
your party donators British business.
Now, Dave, how about this for an idea? Before we go gallivanting as the knight in shining armour in to yet another conflict with an oil rich state in the name of humanity (while of course neatly side-stepping the inconvenient issues present in non-oil rich failed states), why not ask the public if they want to send our (I’m searching for a better word here) defense forces in to a war zone thousands of miles away by conducting a democratic referendum?
Dave, I think I speak for a lot of people when I say I would rather see the hospitals, schools and council services be better funded rather than spending another Â£250,000 to send a plane to drop a bomb on Johnny Foreigner, no matter how much
oil the country has humanity the people need.