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Bush needed to build a coalition of the willing to take on Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussain for his invasion of Kuwait, British premier John Major was the first to offer troops.
It's worrying that people are already preparing a coalition of the willing even before tabling a resolution at the UN," Italian foreign minister Emma Bonino said.
His evidence includes empire, Venezuela and the Great Rapprochement; ANZUS, Britain and the Pacific Pact; Suez, Vietnam and the Great and Powerful Friends; and empire, Iraq, and the Coalition of the Willing.
The head of Fallujah's pediatric ward has begged international experts to take soil samples, but the tattered Coalition of the Willing is more interested in getting out than digging in.
A COALITION of the willing should replace enforced power-sharing in Northern Ireland, the UUP said yesterday.
Since our great nation has sort of declared war on Saddam Hussein, WMD, and now global terrorism, our country has discovered a continually shrinking coalition of the willing and a corresponding abundance of enemies.
So much for the peace-loving coalition of the willing, aka George Bush and Tony Blair.
Filmed in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom, it is the kind of coalition of the willing that would have our Tony dribbling with delight if it was real.