Tony Blair is definitely going to lose some votes because of Iraq, but it probably won't help the Tories, since they didn't object, either.
Michael Moore, of "Fahrenheit 9/11" fame (infamy), published a sampling of emails he received from current and former U.S. military personnel, and their families, in response to the film. It's entitled, "Will They Ever Trust Us Again?", and is quite frankly heartbreaking. Not only that, it's an indictment of the way the U.S. media are portraying the war.
I got an email from Iraq from the son of an old school chum this past weekend, and sent him a "care package" this afternoon (books, toiletries, and munchies). I've met the kid, but really don't know him, and had no contact with his father for about 20 years, until we happened to run into each other in a German department store last year (he and his wife were visiting their son, who was stationed here). I have a horrible feeling that the kid is staying in touch with me simply because I live in Germany, and he fears he'll end up in Ramstein, where the wounded are treated, and wants his parents to have a "home base" here in Europe, or at least somebody from his hometown who's close enough to call and/or visit him.