He just didn't want to say "I was wrong!" Would you call this "courage"? I think it's the opposite. A great man, a brave man will never be afraid of admiting his own mistake. He's going to be bullheaded, pigheaded, and stiff-necked. But in his heart he knew he's wrong by step-locking with Bush. Why? Look at him, in a short six months, he has aged and shrank like a dried prune like one would have in sixteen years. It's called the burning of conscience. Tony Blair is weak, morally weak. He doesn't deserve it. What a waste of British talents!