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Bush he would back him in a war anyway?Secondly, if he had gone to the British House of Commons to ask for support for the war on the basis only of regime change not the threat of WMDs would he have been able to win the war vote?The current British Defense Minister Bob Ainsworth, at the time a Labour Party whip involved in organizing voting lobby support, has admitted to surprise at Blair’s statement and acknowledged it is an open question whether the vote could have been won.Others have greeted the former PM’s remarks with a sharper response. Weapons inspector Hans Blix, whose efforts were curtailed by the military timetable, says Blair has left a strong impression of a “lack of sincerity.”Blix suggests that the WMDs were, for Blair, a “convenient justification.” If he had not secured that fig leaf, says Blix, Blair would have searched for another.The most stinging attack has come from a former senior public servant. Ken Macdonald, the former Director of Public Prosecutions in the UK, has written an article in the London Times accusing Blair of sycophancy to President Bush’s power: “Washington turned his head and he couldn’t resist the stage or the glamour it gave him.”Macdonald dismisses Blair’s oft repeated line that “I only did what I thought was right” and that he understands the views of his critics but had to make the decision he did as “a narcissist’s defense.”John Chilcot’s inquiry into the prelude to and the preparations for war will call Blair himself to give evidence, publicly, in the New Year.
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/ With the Approbation of / His Eminence the Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster. / Vol. I.. One by one the voices from Edward L. Hayden’s past fill the room. They cut through hiss and crackle and rise from a speaker box on his home ham radio console in Annapolis, keeping alive a connection made 50 years ago.
Zwicker and his wife, Joanne of Groveland and Deane A. Zwicker of Rochester, NH; 12 grandchildren; 20 great grandchildren; two brothers, Eugene Lockard and his wife, Gerry of Salem and Oakley Lockard and his wife, Gloria of Hamilton and many nieces and nephews. She was also the sister of the late Ruth Jones and Burrill, Alfred, David, Patrick, Harvey and Lawrence Lockard.