He was, of course, speaking about the Georgia crisis.
I watched the presumptive Republican on TV this evening and as he was speaking about ‘Where is Europe’ on the matter – I wondered myself. So, me being me, I clicked on the BBC blogroll link and, hey-frigging-presto – this:
UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown says there is “no justification” for Russia’s military action in Georgia.
He said the intervention “threatens the stability of the entire region and risks a humanitarian catastrophe”.
“There is a clear responsibility on the Russian government to bring this conflict quickly to an end,” he said.
Tory leader David Cameron branded Russia a “dangerous bully” and urged the international community to stand up and condemn its action in Georgia.
He also called for Georgia’s membership of Nato to be “speeded up”.
Maybe Lou should read the BBC?