If your troops go to war, even a war you don't agree with, you'd most probably be behind those troops, even if not the war. Many people are confusing this point, the war and the troops who went to war are 2 different things and you can support the troops without supporting the war.British public opinion, which swung behind the war effort once British troops entered Iraq in March, has now turned back into opposition, and the leadership of President Bush enjoys scant support among Britons.
Actually I saw recent session of parliament and I must say it was a fresh of breath air. Imagine Bush Jr. having to face and answer tough questions from members of Congress without the aid of his speech writers. They certianly do not hand hold in the British parliament thats for sure.Originally posted by: drewshin
i dont trust everything he says, but i feel that he does have guts to face parliament and answer questions. rather than a coward like bush, whose whole administration has been one of hiding, deflecting, and cowardice.
I live in the UK and no little about US accolades - but I would think that the CMoH is for outstanding bravery above and beyond the call of duty. It's hardly likely to be given to a non-serving civilian?Originally posted by: phillyTIM
Blair has allowed Bush to turn him into a JOKE. And I hear Bush is suppose to award Blair a Congressional Medal of Honor, for helping the US out with Iraq.
I can't wait till George slaps that Medal on his Bvtch(blair), then the jokes will really start flying. Least of which, Blair being Bush's "Yes Man". heh heh heh