This week in the house of commons Tony Blair was asked to explain why he said earlier in the 'war'. 'If Saddam did not have weapons of mass destruction he would still be in power today'. This is a quote from 'Hansard', the official record of the Houise of Commons. Blair said it on three separate occasions. He declined to reply, in kind. In other words he 'waffled'.
Today he maintains that Saddam had to be 'got rid of' because of his treatment of the Iraqi people. Also that he is proud of achieving that goal?
Is his man, Blair, ever going to be brought to task for lying to the House of Commons and decieving the British people?