Time the U.S. was ruled from Mexico City or perhaps Ottawa
Normally, I would never dream of telling foreign nationals how to order their own affairs ... but, as the saying goes, [I]two can play at that game[/I].
[QUOTE]Phillip Gordon, the assistant secretary of state ... [i]n a briefing to journalists ... said that while the US recognised that it is up to the British people to define their relationship with the EU ...[/quote]
[quote]... Britain's "voice within the EU is essential and critical to the US".[/QUOTE]
Oh, well if he puts it like that ... never mind our political freedom, it's what this gentleman believes (accurately or not) to be most useful to [I]his[/I] country that's to decide [I]our[/I] future.
[url=http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/benedictbrogan/100197628/the-euro-blackmail-is-getting-worse-does-it-mean-david-camerons-strategy-is-working/]The euro-blackmail is getting worse: does it mean David Cameron's strategy is working? – Telegraph Blogs[/url]
To be lectured by a foreign national on one's own affairs when one has a political tradition that could reasonably be said to stretch back for over a thousand years!
You know what I think? All that Coca-cola and all those Twinkies you people consume over there has rotted his brain. ;-)