Sunday, August 07, 2005

Almost Treason? What Line Remains to Be Crossed?

George Galloway had better watch his butt...the words 'treason' and 'hanging' are beginning to be attached to his name on a regular basis. Our Weekly Jackass is simply skewered in the London Times by Rod Liddle, who concludes:
Even for someone who agreed with you about the war in Iraq and the deception perpetrated by our government to prepare us all for it - the latest stuff feels suspiciously close to treason. It is hard to know whether we should laugh at Galloway or hang him.
My only quibble is the headline (which very well may not have been written by Liddle); 'almost treason' sounds like someone who's just not quite ready to state the clear implication of the evidence.

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