A recent book, Plan of Attack, by Watergate journalist Bob Woodward explains how Tony Blair rejected an offer made by George Bush to keep UK troops
out of Iraq. Needless to say, the despicable bastard refused the offer and therefore must be considered personally responsible for the deaths of any
and all UK troops in this war.
Tony Blair rejected George Bush's offer of keeping British troops out of Iraq, it emerged yesterday, as the two leaders mounted a united front on
the year-long campaign.
The U.S. president welcomed his closest ally to the White House on a day when an impressively sourced book by the Watergate journalist Bob Woodward
laid bare damaging revelations of their conduct in the run-up to the war.
In the book, "Plan of Attack", Woodward writes that Bush offered Blair the option of keeping British troops out of the war because he was so
concerned that the government might fall. Blair rejected the offer.
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