Thankfully it seems from the polls over the weekend that yours is a minority view. Even my son, a Rees-Mogg Tory set to vote in his first ever election in two weeks, agrees with Corbyn on the need for parliamentary scrutiny. He does not think Ďtaking back controlí means doing Trumpís bidding or letting a PM do whatever they want.
Ultimately this is not about strong/weak it is about what is legal, in our democracy and under international law. How can we demand Assad abides by one set of rules as we flout others?
: Solution to everything is to sit around a
: table and talk sometimes you have to take a
: stand against evil and not rely on a
: toothless UN to solve conflicts especially
: with Putins veto. Putin is the biggest
: threat to world peace since WW2 and pushing
: the boundaries on threatening the west and
: using germ warfare in our
: country....sometimes you have to take a
: stand we donít want want another Neville
: Chamberlain approach its weak and will
: eventually make things more dangerous