Well, as Digby points out, you would be wrong:
After returning from the summit on Friday, Bush visited the British Embassy in Washington and signed a book of condolence and laid a wreath in front of the ambassador's residence.
Bush said the London attacks were a reminder of the "evil" of the Sept. 11 attacks and underscored that the United States and its allies were fighting a "global war on terror."
"We will stay on the offense, fighting the terrorists abroad so we do not have to face them at home," Bush said.
So, just for the record, the list of people supposedly not fighting the terrorists at home includes the Iraqis, the Spaniards, and the British. How lucky they must feel right now!