In the Wile E Coyote sense, natch:
It’s over: MPs say the special relationship with US is dead
BRITAIN’S special relationship with the US — forged by Winston Churchill and Franklin Roosevelt in the second world war — no longer exists, says a committee of influential MPs.
Instead, America’s relationship with Britain is no more special than with its other main allies, according to a report by the Commons foreign affairs committee published today.
The report, entitled Global Security: UK-US Relations, says Britain’s relationship with America is “extremely close and valuable” in a number of areas, particularly intelligence co-operation. However, it adds that the use of the phrase special relationship, in its historical sense, “is potentially misleading and we recommend that its use should be avoided”.
Actually, the report reads more like a Leftard indictment of Bush and Blair than anything else. That said, there can’t be any doubt that our Boy-King’s repeated insults had a whole heck of a lot to do with this.
But hey, Obama’s Klown Kar Regime is doing an excellent job of diligently protecting us from our real enemies — Israel and Britain — while kissing Iran’s ass, ain’t they? The Rule of the Booboisie is sure paying off. HECK OF A JOB, BARKY!