I wanna know what you think guys. I think not. here's my hub with all my reasons http://hubpages.com/t/db76c
Tony Blair was a good prime minister and served more than one term. I don't think he'd be interested in filling that role or a similar role again.
Tony Blair has served for two terms.. it is good. But the world will not forget him for his legacy on Iraq war. His only good thing he has done in No.10 is to fathering a child. If he becomes President of EU, he will do it again.
He has a commitment to settle the Iraq problem... so better let him be the President of Iraq.
Absolutely not. The only thing he would do as EU President is waste a lot of tax payers money on his living arrangements and security.
It is an unelected post, therefore totally undemocratic and shouldn't exist at all - especially if its only function is to bolster the egos and bank balances of the likes of Anthony Blair
Who cares, its not like the president of Europe actually does anything.
Tony may better fit the post of President of Iraq or atleast UK's ambassador to Iraq. He should not be let away from the Iraq problem till it solves itself.
He wants it and he will probably get it. He has charisma and a still a modicum of credibility. In any case, does he have any real competition?
Personally, I think they should just bring back Gorbachev and get it over with. I think a liberal communist would fit well with the EU's current policies.
by Deforest 6 years ago
Blair and Bush should be taken to the international criminal court over their involvement in the Iraq crime. Here are Desmund Tutu's exact words concerning their roles in the invasion of Iraq. No need to you that he is a man of god and nobel price. Any thoughts?
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