• unalien

    Can we fight ISIS with the CBC?

    • pike bishop

      It only takes a few minutes viewing for me to contemplate jumping off a bridge. It might work on ISIS too.

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  • Clear Thinker

    The CBC cant wait to film the pardon of Ben Levin, and the opening of the Saul Betesh/Clifford Olson Memorial Daycare Centre. Coming soon.

    • Gary

      There will also be the Gord Stuckless/Ben Levin float in the PRIDE parade that will have TSDB banners on it .

      • mauser 98

        all paid for by most generous Ontario taxpayers

  • simus1

    The recently launched Japanese Navy aircraft carrier has a full complement of AW101 anti submarine helicopters made by Augusta-Westland. The aircraft model is a direct descendant of the eh101 which was cancelled by a certain prime minister of Canada supposedly for “zero cost” which eventually totaled around half a billion taxpayers dollars wasted. That was just the tip of the iceberg. No doubt the makers of the F-35 learned much from that little episode.

  • Liberal Progressive

    We don’t need F-35’s to drop warm clothing to the Kurds.

    The CBC is essential to instill a progressive tolerant multicultural culture from coast to coast to coast in our youth.

  • Maurixio Garciasanchez

    I agree with CBC the master media that exposes the corrupt politicians or business all over the country .

  • Hard Little Machine

    The F-35 is a decade late and approaching a trillion dollars in lifecycle cost. Hand over the keys price is or will be in the $200 million per plane area. And it’s still nowhere near ready including being able to carry many of the armaments it’s supposed to. But the biggest problem is the chimeric nature of the plane. It’s neither fish nor fowl. It’s had so many requirements imposed on it that it can’t do any single mission profile well. It’s not a stand off fighter, it’s not a dog fighter, it’s not a ground attack plane and it’s not a small bomber. But it tries to do all those things at 60% or 70% capability.