The British report demolishes one of the certainties of some opponents of the Iraq War: that Bush lied his way into war.
A group of senior MPs is calling for a vote to decide whether Tony Blair is guilty of contempt of Parliament over his decision to invade Iraq in 2003.
SOURCE: The Boston Globe
by Andrew J. Bacevich
Like Bush, Tony Blair chose to believe what he found it convenient to believe.
The exhaustive report, which historian Martin Gilbert helped prepare before his death, will identify what went wrong. It will be published Wednesday.
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