A Key Point

From husband David:

British PM Tony Blair recently gave a speech defending his position on Iraq and challenging the notion that he or anyone else suggested that the threat from Iraq was “imminent.” He cited numerous quotes of his own that suggested just the opposite.

But perhaps most important, he said that they — Blair and Bush — never would have taken their case to the U.N., much less taken the time to gain approval of a resolution, if they had believed the threat was imminent. They would have been obligated to act immediately.

This is a key point, I think.

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