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The Chilcot report, looking at how we ended up going to war, is set to be published this year and is expected to be damning for the ex-Labour leader.
The real scandal therefore is that the UK Government knew for several months that it was going to war with Iraq.
According to a Zogby poll, 53 percent of Americans would favor impeachment if it could be shown that Bush lied about the reasons for going to war.
The independent candidate focused on claims that the Prime Minister misled Parliament over the reasons for going to war and based his campaign on telling the truth.
I hope Duncan comes round because going to war would be ugly and public.
But after recent top level political developments and statements by Prime Minister Tony Blair on weapons of mass destruction - and the prime reasons for going to war - she is not so sure.
The human race likes going to war, despite minority protestations; wars are enormously destructive, but they give a spring to the step, the various gods offer heavenly consolation, and vast efforts are put into innovation and invention.
Overarching these discussions were concerns about going to war with Iraq, a slumping national economy, and growing federal budget deficits.
Bush has got his own reasons for going to war - national pride.
There is a very fine line between showing a seriousness of intent and conveying the impression that you are going to war no matter what happens, and that fine line should not be crossed," warned a UN official.
Before Augustine and Ambrose, Christianity had been a pacifist church for three centuries, and most Christians believed that going to war violated their conscience.
The bottom line is that the Bush Administration has No plan, and it is for this reason that I oppose the United States going to war with Iraq.
As you approach your final decision on a war to disarm Iraq, we are writing urgently to recommend that you use your good office and stature as a world leader to win disarmament of Iraq without going to war.
Of the proposed strikes, Kerry said, "I just don't consider that going to war in the classic sense of coming to Congress and asking for a declaration of war and training troops and sending people abroad and putting young Americans in harm's way.