Iraq: Harper, Harper, Pants On Fire

Posted on Friday, June 04 at 12:56 by KevinGagnon

The Chrétien government's decision not to enter the Iraq war is a defining moment in Canada's foreign-policy history. It is now supported, according to a recent CBC poll, by a staggering 79 per cent of the population.

The record shows that Mr. Harper and his Conservatives wanted to enter that war. But, fearing that it would cost him badly at the polls, Mr. Harper is now trying to squirm his way out of it, saying he only wanted increased moral support for the conflict, not military support. The new line -- offered while crying "Dalton" at the Liberals for their tax-pledge reversal in the Ontario budget -- doesn't stand up to scrutiny.

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[Moderators note: Several people sent this one in. I only picked this one as Kevin had already formatted it. -Dr Caleb]



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