I don't know if anyone here has given opinions on this, so if it is redundant just refer me to the thread. But I wonder if Tony Blair is going to be politically damaged by his support of the US in the Iraq war. Personally I think he is a great leader, and that he didn't have much choice about going along with the US given his European unity commitments and friendship status with us. Yet each day we don't find WMD, and the Iraqis become more difficult to get on board with democracy, the more it looks like Iraq may become a long, drawn out project with little if any success. I watched him try to defend his decisions in the weekly debate he has with parliment (BTW, wouldn't that be a great format for congress -- President Bush would be particularly fun to watch debate like that). Blair seemed shakey to me, and not the usual confident speaker he is when he believes he's right (selling the Euro idea to Britains, for example). Anyway, what do you think.