In the wake of Parliament’s vote not to join the United States in any military action against Syria, the Sun newspaper isn’t pulling any punches with tomorrow’s front page. Rather than fret over the state of President Obama’s “tortured spirit,” the paper is running a front-page death notice for the “special relationship” between the United States and Great Britain, as well as an “obituary” on page 2.

The paper notes that the special relationship, 67, was the offspring of Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt and survived several presidents and prime ministers.

Where did our love go? France.

Who knew that “off-the-cuff” remark about a red line would flat-line our relationship with one of our closest allies? In a phone call, President Obama assured Prime Minister David Cameron that the special relationship isn’t dead yet.