What's that in your eye?

It happened a few months ago, Parliament was debating air strikes, and there was a row about a comment that the Prime Minister allegedly made, suggesting that anyone who opposed the motion to bomb was a ‘terrorist sympathiser’. Describing the remark as a ‘desperate and contemptible slur’, members of the Opposition repeatedly demanded an apology during the debate. But they asked in vain.

I was irritated (ok, incensed) and while still in that smouldering state, I said so on Facebook. Sometimes I wish there was something in the Bible to warn...

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