They continue their commentary: "While we join with others in praying for her speedy recovery, we nonetheless must point out Sec. Hillary Clinton's earlier dangerous statements. She needlessly referred to the Falklands by their Argentine name — las Malvinas. President Obama went further, in a way. He referred to the Falklands as 'The Maldives.' Wrong island group. Wrong hemisphere. And nobody's talking about invading the Maldives... yet. But Argentina's embattled president, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, is reacting to the economic turmoil in her country the same way the military junta did thirty years ago."
More: "U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron needs to act, promptly, to forestall any attempt by Argentina to re-take the Falkland Islands. He should dispatch British warships to the islands, equipped with surface-to-air missiles. And submarines, too. (It's unknown at this time whether the Royal Navy sub dispatched last spring remains on station.) Britain's armed forces are much reduced from what they were in 1982, and after a decade in Afghanistan, are under a strain. Nonetheless, the alternative for Mr. Cameron is clear: If he loses the Falklands this time, Britain will no longer be called Great."
Mr. Blackwell and Mr. Morrison ain't done just yet: "As for the Obama administration, the president needs to remember his Peace Prize and put his foot down firmly on the side of self-determination and freedom. The best way to avoid another war is for the U.S. to make it clear: We believe the Falkland Islanders have a right to live under a government of their own choosing."
Booker Rising response: Why should the U.S. care about some pissing match between the Brits and Argentines? This issue is carryover from British imperialism from long ago.