posted on Dec, 28 2003 @ 09:13 PM
That was a tongue in cheek remark Seekerof, you know, refering to desperation? I suppose I should have used a smiley, oh wait here's one:
I'm not construing anything really, I think the article speaks for itself. I know what Mr Kay has said, and I know what Mr Bremer has said... and I
know what Mr Blair has said. My point was only to point out that they don't seem to know what each other have said.
It was Bremer not me who made out what Blair said to be:
"[It sounds like] a bit of a red herring to me. It sounds like someone who doesn't agree with the policy sets up a red herring then knocks it
And why would someone set up a red herring to knock it down? To make the coalition look bad of course. Bad is probably the operative word, but I
prefer stupid. Sue me.
By the way was this reported in the States? It was all over our papers this morning. Just wondering.