So you can lie in the commons, but not tell it like it is
Adam Price, Plaid Cyrmu MP, has been ejected from the House of
Commons after he correctly accused Prime Minister Tony Blair of lying.
Mr Price, who is leading the attempt to impeach
Blair over the war, politely accused the PM of having "misled" the House.
He could have called him a war criminal.
He could have sited the thousands of children
that have died due to the result of New Labour's policy towards Iraq, but in
the mock gentlemen's club of the House of Commons its okay to be a child
murderer but never a liar.
"There is compelling evidence
that the prime minister misled this house in taking us to war," he said.
"Isn't it high time we held him to account?"
With the approaching anniversary of the start of the bombing campaign
this has helped highlight the need to get to the streets on Saturday and
join the Stop the War Coalition's
mass demonstration to get the troops out of Iraq.