Wednesday, February 09, 2005

doubtless he's right again

BBC News, 1 June 2003:

UK Prime Minister Tony Blair says he has seen evidence, not yet available to the public, that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction.

In an interview with Sky News, he said he had "no doubt whatsoever" that Saddam Hussein had had nuclear, chemical or biological weapons.

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BBC News, 29 November 2004:

Mr Blair said all politicians were entitled to a private life and he had no doubt that Mr Blunkett would be exonerated over claims that he abused his position to help to help his ex-lover, Kimberley Quinn.

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BBC News, 8 Feb 2005:

The UK premier told the House of Commons liaison committee on Tuesday he agreed with President Bush's criticisms of Iran.

"It certainly does sponsor terrorism, there is no doubt about that at all," he said.

2 comments:

Jim Bliss said...

He's obviously a man of deep faith.

And surely there's nobody better to be in control of the British nuclear submarine fleet than a man who is absolutely certain of his own rightness, whether or not there's any actual factual evidence to support him.

You can see why he gets on so well with Dubya. They're like peas in a pod... always right about absolutely everything. We're so lucky to have them running things... just think what it'd be like to live in a world where the people in charge actually took "reality" into account when making decisions?! What could possibly be worse?

RA said...

He never buys his wife flowers either...