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Wednesday, 17 June 2009

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Come on lads, back to dear old Blighty.

Were there WMDs or was Britain maliciously duped into a war on the premise of sweets, love, puppies and global peace?

Fortunately we will now be able to read about it in six months time as the UK government will be performing an inquiry into the Iraq invasion/quest for peace.

Although the inquiry will not apportion blame or apologize in a round about way, it will at least make Westminster look like they care and divert some of the attention away from the [crushing] Euro defeat and expense scandal that has just about finished them off. If only Britain had a party which had a finishing move a kin to that of Scorpion form Mortal Kombat, there would be a new party at the helm of SS Britain.

Back to the inquiry and the uproar it has caused by not apportioning blame. Once again Westminster has missed a trick of being able to kill off two birds with one stone. After the expense scandal hit the high point and MPs started to return their thousands of ripped off pounds back into the treasury, no one thought to say, "wait, you know we got this Iraq invasion inquiry card to play, why don't we instead of a revealing nothing new and wasting more money, lets donate this money and the expense returns to commendable UK charity Help for Hero's, a charity set up to help those injured through conflict"

No.

Instead, more huff and puff with no results. Is it time to form a political party of video game stars to be able to finish off the opposition... Prime Minister Rayden; Wins!

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