jdobbin Posted October 25, 2009 Report Share Posted October 25, 2009 Do they speak for the government? No. Does their opinion on what "could" happen matter at all? No. Until I hear that the government has definitively ruled out a change if an election produces a majority, it remains an open question. At the moment, the government is angling to keep troops in place while somehow redefining what their job is. As some of the critics around the world have pointed out, it doesn't matter what a foreign soldier's role is, they are still in a combat situation if they are out in the country-side. It's the reporter who should be lumped in the the Liberal party, if anyone, or at least the shitty journalist party. The extreme right wing complains about a hidden agenda of the media while saying they themselves don't have one? I think it is Harper himself that says Conservatives can't be conservatives while in a minority. I'd love to know what means on a variety of issues including Afghanistan. All I hear is that it is impossible that he will break the 2011 rule. Well, his promise means nothing since he can't even stick to fixed election dates. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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