I have absolutely no faith in Tony Blair. His failure to call for an immediate ceasefire has left many dead, injured and homeless?
The question now is how we bring the shame that Bush's poodle has brought our country, to an end.
The media is full of stories of Cabinet ministers who are angry at Blair not calling for a ceasefire and his allowing Britain to be a conduit for the very weapons that kill. How much longer will they tolerate this bloody mess?
Frankly, the time for posturing must be at an end. Every member of the Cabinet, whatever they say when Blair is a footnote in British history earning obscene sums of money on the US lecture tour and quite possible a director of Murdoch's News International, needs to know that what they will be judged by is what they do this weekend.
Will they play safe and hang on to their red boxes and limousines whilst more and more children die? Or will they finally realise that the lives of those who are dying whilst Bush and Blair fail to act are worth infinitely more.
My vote in the future depends on what they do now! Are they real men and women or mice? I suspect it will be a case of "Pass the cheese!"
And on the subject, why is Parliament in recess? It's about time it got off its fat backside and spoke for decency if such is not a foreign notion to them!