January 29, 2010

AMEN, BROTHER:

I've no regrets, says defiant Blair (Evening Standard, 29.01.10)

Asked at the end of six hours of testimony by inquiry chairman, Sir John Chilcot, whether he had any regrets, he said: "Responsibility but not a regret for removing Saddam Hussein.

"I think that he was a monster. I believe he threatened not just the region but the world. And in the circumstances that we faced then, but I think even if you look back now, it was better to deal with this threat, to remove him from office."

Posted by Orrin Judd at January 29, 2010 3:15 PM
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