by Eric Dubin, The News Doctors:
Back in the not-so-good old days of the second Gulf War, U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair was referred to as George Dubbya’s “poodle.” With the rejection of military action against Syria, it appears the U.K. Parliament is confining Prime Minister David Cameron to the kennel. But it was not for want of trying. Parliament debated the issue for eight hours. All the while, Cameron has been barking like a true dog of war.
According to the Washington Post, Cameron lost a Parliamentary vote (285 to 272) on “a symbolic motion setting up a final vote in the days ahead authorizing force against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s regime.” Poor chap.
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