Killing people, even vilified monsters like ISIS militants, exacts a harsh toll on normally healthy people in the military.
Conservatives in America are even more deranged than the Canadian variety, I’d reckon, based on what I’ve encountered online anyway.
The Liberals record? Not much better.
“I can’t answer the question about the former government, what their reasons were,” said Sajjan, also noting he does not believe any of the metadata inadvertently shared could have ended up in the hands of any countries beyond the Five Eyes.
I wrote this on October 1, 2015, but never finished it:
Let’s examine the Conservative’s campaign thus far:
It began with them showing ads where men are being drowned, as an example of how they’ll protect us, but no one else will.
In the middle it had one of their candidates quit for being caught pissing into a coffee mug in a stranger’s kitchen (before dumping it and replacing the mug into the sink).
The PM suggested women with religious headwear may not be allowed to work in the public service, reminding me of the RCMP turban furor of decades ago.
That seems oh so long ago, as the yoke of Conservative oppression has lifted, and the yoke of Liberal oppression ;) settles into place instead.
Anyone else smell pants burning? Maybe it’s something else.
Hold on, you’re about to get whiplash. I guess having an empty head is a biological advantage since your brain doesn’t rattle around when you change direction this quickly.
Not even Google can keep up with her position.
“June 11, 2015 10:19PM EDT
Health Minister Rona Ambrose says she is “outraged” by the Supreme Court of Canada decision that expands the definition of medical marijuana beyond dried leaves, to include cannabis oils, teas, brownies and other forms of the drug.”
“In the news
As Health Minister Rona Ambrose made it clear that the Harper Government was not going to legalize marijuana, much less support …”
I used to be fairly anti-marijuana. I’ve since learned that the regulation of it, far beyond that provided for tobacco, makes no sense. Every week that passes without a legislation change, causes more injustice in our country.
The Duffy Trial has been a bit of an expose on how the Harper Cons’ PMO operated. It’s not pretty.
The comments made about Sona and Finely are nothing to sneeze at either.
With Sona destined to sit in jail, and Finely in a grave, it all seems a little bit of an academic discussion now, except the Con’s supporters are now clamouring for a referendum to salvage (savage?) our electoral system.
Not sure what’s more pathetic and hypocritical:
Wudrick and Taylor feigning desire for un-tinkered elections, or Wall pining for Ottawa money.
The hypocrisy in each case approaches satirical levels, yet each happened today!
One of my fondest memories in politics is when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called Peter Kent a POS in the House of Commons.