Boggles the mind.
The Harper government just won't let it go.
Boggles the mind, just boggles the mind!
Could we say that the Harper government has a hard-on for Khadr - way too much Viagra in their drinking water?
The Supreme Court of Canada has better things to do with its time. They have already given the government their response on cases against Khadr twice before. Do they really believe that it will be "third time lucky"?
Hope (or desperation) over experience. [So I really should get married a 3rd time? Not that that's relevant to the post, but ...]
I do not usually bring up the issue of wasting taxpayer money (too much of a rightwing rant about entitlements with which I, for the most part, don't agree), but the Harper government has spent $4.7 million on 15 court cases and lost every one.
This is bothering more than it would if I were not teaching the end of WW1, the Weimar Republic and the rise of the NSDAP this week and next week. The parallels bother me no end.
Cumulative radicalization, I say, cumulative radicalization!