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Published: Sunday, Sep. 19, 2010
TONY BLAIR'S memoirs will read like a 'love letter' to George W Bush. The autobiography will praise the former U.S. president, with whom Mr Blair launched the controversial invasion of Iraq in 2003, as 'highly intelligent' and 'visionary'.
In Blair’s case, I would have asked him that question, and I’d have pressed him on it. I’d have asked him whether God had ever restrained him. I find it very strange that we elect a politician who then claims to serve a higher deity who guides him: "I did what I believe is right." Well, will you tell us, please, how that relates to the Christian ethic? Do you believe in war first and negotiation afterwards? Exactly how does this work? " David Cornwell, the legendary British novelist who writes under the name John le Carré,
Well, it shows you what the people want! They want war. They're mad. They're fed up. They want him to do something. They're also smart enough to know by this time that war brings prosperity, & they somehow still think maybe they might escape the bombs. "To hell with the bombs" as far as they're concerned, "I want my prosperity now. I want my job and my money now!"
Ted Rudow III,MA