Prime Minister Cameron makes his case to the House of Commons, as Obama dribbles
Prime Minister David Cameron has made his case before Britain’s House of Commons, which voted overwhelmingly in support of the Libyan War, with a final tally of 557-13.
A bit late, as military action had begun three days before, but we can allot some points to the Brits on that note. At least they’re putting together some semblance of how checks and balances in government should work in a time of war.
President Barack Obama, on the other hand, was in South America working on his bicycle kick:
The contrast in leadership styles is stunning, wouldn’t you say?