Cameron is spot on, I totally agree with his posting on this one,
As the death toll of the London bombings continues to rise, I can't help thinking about the Downing Street Memo and wonder if, deep down inside, Tony Blair, George W Bush and John Howard, are starting to realize what they have started. Are they connecting the dots? Was this part of a collateral damage assessment when they made the decisions in 2002/2003 to invade Afghanistan and Iraq? When they were carefully duping the public about the justifications for attacking these countries, did they genuinely believe they could prevent the fight being brought to our streets indefinitely?
It's almost crocodile tears to listen to Tony Blair sombrely express his condolences. He knew the consequences of his actions in Iraq. What did he expect, defeat Saddam and it would all be over, and we'd live happily ever after? What price freedom? And is anyone more free than before the invasion of Iraq? Have less people died and been injured? How are we better off now?