Wednesday, March 18, 2009
Wally of the Week: Bruce Anderson
Didn't think the man who said that it was "important that a horse should be killed most years and a jockey every ten years or so" in the Grand National, could write anything more stupid?
Then think again.
In his column in The Independent, Anderson says of the neocons:
It was natural that they should think in terms of universalising American values. That was not imperialism. It was generosity.
What next from Bruce, I wonder? An article on how Hitler's bombardment of Britain was motivated by a kindly desire for us Brits to enjoy the protection of Nazi smoking bans?
I wouldn't put anything past this complete and utter wally.