Thursday | March 06, 2003
Blair shifts position
First Blair said he would only go to war with the approval of a second UN Security Council resolution authorizing force. Then he said he would go to war even if one of the permanent members wielded an "unreasonable" veto. Now he says multipled "unreasonable" vetoes won't be enough to deter the UK's entry in the war.
So what is "unreasonable"? Apparently anyone who disagrees with him and Bush. So what happens if the majority of the council votes "no" on a second resolution? Would all those "no" votes be unreasonable and insufficient to deter him?Posted March 06, 2003 06:44 AM | Comments (50)