Let's just quickly recap:
The illegal invasion of Iraq, approved by parliament in no small part due the Labour government deliberately lying about weapons of mass destruction, resulted in, according to the Lancet, over 600,000 dead Iraqi civilians and in 4 million people being made refugees. It also destroyed the country's economy, plunged a mostly secular country into sectarian conflict and claimed the lives of 4,777 coalition servicemen and women.
Oh, and it also cost UK and US taxpayers over a trillion dollars.
Ed Miliband making an apology does not make up for that. Not by a long shot. Especially since he was working for the Labour government when it took us into Iraq. And that's the extent of his contrition. In fact, he didn't even use the word "sorry".
All he said was:
"I criticise nobody faced with making the toughest of decisions and I honour our troops who fought and died there. But I do believe that we were wrong. Wrong to take Britain to war and we need to be honest about that.
"Wrong because that war was not a last resort, because we did not build sufficient alliances and because we undermined the United Nations.
"America has drawn a line under Iraq and so must we"So, no criticism of the people who lied to the nation, no regret for the lives lost but one hell of a desire to draw the line under and move on from something electorally damaging to Labour.
And that's what Sunny's attitude is indicative of. It's nothing unique to Sunny, it's an endemic problem in the Labour party.
Which is why I'm angry with Labour. Saying sorry is not the same thing as being contrite. Saying sorry is meaningless to the thousands of people who quite literally lost everything thanks to Labour's actions. If Labour really was contrite, if they really cared about Iraq then they wouldn't be so arrogant to assume that some meaningless platitudes from Ed Miliband made up for it.
Now, I don't like the NHS bill. I think it's unnecessary and disruptive. But it's not going to destroy the NHS and it's not going to kill thousands of people. And to compare it to the Iraq War, the Iraq bloody War shows just how little of a damn some Labourites give about the deaths of hundreds of thousands of civilians.
Also, I loathe the Welfare Reform Act. I still hate the fact that Lib Dem parliamentarians backed it. It will be a dark stain on the party's soul for decades to come. I wouldn't dream of asking people to forget about it and move on until we've apologised for it and actually made an effort to fix the damage it's caused. In fact, that's what I'm currently trying to do with the motion I'm trying to get debated at our autumn conference.
You see, that's how you show contrition. By actually being prepared to stand up, admit you were wrong and do your best to fix it. Making one half-hearted apology and then whining about it being unfair on you every time someone brings up that your party quite literally has blood on its hands just shows, beyond any shadow of a doubt, that Labour aren't really sorry, that they don't understand why what they did was wrong and they never will.
And it's that kind of breathtaking arrogance and utter failure to be sorry for the deaths of so many people that epitomises why I will never stop being angry with Labour. For all you've done, and all you could have done Labour, I despise you.