In 1996, at the very tail end of the grunge era, Illinois rockers Local H released a song entitled “Bound For the Floor”. It’s hard to think of a better musical metaphor for the far-left’s response to the crisis in Libya.
“And you just don’t get it/
Keep it copacetic/
And you learn to accept it/
You’re so pathetic.”
With talk of a humanitarian intervention in Libya, the self-appointed spokesmen of the hard Left have very rarely shown their inability to learn anything as they are now.
Perusing some of the reactions from Rabble.ca, Canada’s far left has decided – quelle suprise! –they oppose a NATO military intervention in Libya. Their solution? Soldarity.
That’s precisely the theme of a StopWar.ca statement published on Rabble.ca by Derrick O’Keefe and written by the Canadian Peace Alliance.
“The Government of Canada has announced that it will send HMCS Charlottetown to Libya to join the US aircraft carrier fleet led by the USS Enterprise,” the CPA writes. “This is part of a much larger NATO led buildup in the area. The Canadian Peace Alliance is opposed to any military intervention in Libya or in the region as...More >>