I just detailed the voluntary appearance of Mr. George Galloway, a Member of the British Parliament, before a committee of Senators in the
After his statement, Mr. G gave the senate a chance to bite back and the senator (can't remember his name) sounded like a whimpering little bitch cause he then had to rebuild the entire case based on the complete rejection of everything by Mr. G in the open on International news networks broadcasting the event globally, embarassing not only the senate, but also the U.S. Government. If ever the UK had a chance to shine, this was it. As brilliant as a priceless stone in mercky water, this opportune moment was one for the UK to show the world that they, in fact, did have some parliamentarians who were smart, dilligent and clearly able to make their own minds without being a lapdog for the U.S.
Anyway, we all know the credibility of the U.S. Government with foreign policy, and if we are not all up to par, then please ask for some time from me and I can guarantee to fill in any gaps you could possibly have, with enough research to blow your mind!! Ultimately, all I sought from this post was to advise how I admire a man of Mr. G's stature, who on his own accord, went over the Atlantic, to Capitol Hill to spit on the Committee Senator's faces in person and walk home with his chest out, head high and not an ounce of guilt or remorse in his pocket.
Now that's something...even if he did make a bit of money, he realized that the committee was out to get Abdul Zarkawi by having Mr. G admit to some specific questions he refused to answer with a simple 'Yes' or 'No'. He's not British so I can give him a virtual pat on the back...yay fightin' Scots, literally.
Check these out...found 'em on the web:
Kinda like this one when the U.S. decided to go to war...the cherry on top as they say?
Check this article out when you have time...it goes back to the early days of U.S.A. vs. Iraq Part Deux - "He tried to kill my daddy"