Tuesday, May 11, 2004
"In 2003, Stephen Harper urged Canada to join the U.S. invasion of Iraq," the on-screen text reads as the sound of machine-gun fire and fighter jets plays in the background.Paul Martin at a recent luncheon (via Neale):
"He said, 'There is no doubt that Saddam Hussein operates programs to produce weapons of mass destruction.'
"If Stephen Harper was prime minister last year, Canadians would be in Iraq this year," it reads."Choose wisely. Choose Paul Martin and the Liberals."
"The fact is that there is now, we know well, a proliferation of nuclear weapons, and that many weapons that Saddam Hussein had, we don't know where they are," Martin told a crowd of about 700 university researchers and business leaders in Montreal. "That means terrorists have access to all of that."So Paul Martin sees that Saddam had WMDs that now may be in the hands of terrorists, but that's not a good enough reason to remove him. I feel safer already. Oh yah, and Harper's an extremist, of course.