No WMD Spells Trouble For Tony

Saddam Hussein has shown it doesn't pay to be the enemy of George W. Bush. Tony Blair may be questioning the virtues of being his friend.

No matter how many plaudits Bush heaped on Blair for standing "shoulder to shoulder" in the march to Baghdad, the Iraq war was an extremely tough sell for the British Prime Minister. Millions marched against the war in London; two Cabinet ministers resigned over it, and in the crucial House of Commons vote authorizing war, 138 members of Blair's Labour Party voted for an antiwar amendment, the largest rebellion in parliamentary history. Blair's tenacious...

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