Asked during a trip to Brussels for a NATO meeting whether the cuts in defence, specifically in Britain, worried her, she said: "Yes. The reason it does is because I think we do have to have an alliance where there is a commitment to the common defence."
It seems strange that a women who only 9 months ago was ready to stab us in the back during a meeting with the Argentine President and who's State Department referred to the Malvina's in a press conference is concerned that we are cutting back on defence.
However I would say don't worry Hill dog. As we said to you following your comments on the Falklands. I am sure you can get Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner to send a loyal brigade of Argentine forces to Afghanistan for the next 10 year's. As well as a few A4 Sky hawks for ground support.
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