Thanks - there's no appetite for it politically though, current and future politicians do not want to be held to high standards either....o
I have to say that that was eloquently put. The state of society in our country and any other in the so-called 'developed' world today is the product of people being too afraid and conditioned to admit they have been lied to and have allowed their lives to be turned into a sham on the basis of little more than a pack of lies.
Guido is succumbing to a trait he so derides in others: Being offended by proxy. I doubt very much that any current or ex-mil think this 'illegal war' allegation was pointing the finger of blame at them or that they are in the slightest bit offended. I'm not.Really, why?
Anyone who voted for Iraq can simply tell the truth and say they acted in good faith upon the information given to them at the time.
The fact it came to light that the information was fabricated by a few people and no one has had the guts to hold them to account is a completely different matter.
The no disrespect to any Soldier, Sailor or Airman in my eyes.