I'm curious to know when and how Stephen Harper arrived at this curious epiphany about not being able to win the war in Afghanistan.
Was it last Thursday at 3:14 AM? Was it in 1984?
I think it is an important question. When did he know this? Which books did he read? If he knew this before the Conservative Party came to power and escalated the Afghanistan mission then he traded ethics for politic posturing and death.
If he knew before the insufferable General Hillier went all jingoistic then he was negligent in not forwarding those history books to the General to read before he spoke.
I remember listening to General Hillier and thinking what it must have been like to have been a Soldier in 1914 listening to some General blather on about what a great adventure it will be and how you'll all be home by Christmas. It didn't turn out that way then our now.
Hopefully Harper's next historical epiphany will be about R.B.Bennett and the Great Depression. Can't wait.
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