Make Iraq mission quick

It’s a good thing we didn’t go into Iraq a decade ago. As opposition leader, Stephen Harper fought Jean Chretien on this decision. But he’s since admitted it was the right move. It wasn’t our fight.

But is it our fight now? Back in September – when the House of Commons and foreign affairs committee debated the matter – the answer was “not really.”


We should not be there.

This is Islam’s civil war, we should not be fighting to defend the interests of Muslim Terror states.

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  • Raymond Hietapakka

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  • simus1

    The reason we didn’t “go to iraq” back then is far more mundane.
    Let’s just say it involved helping a “French” oil company’s plans to avoid any difficulties during future involvement there post Saddam.

    • That sounds Chretienous!

    • mobuyus

      Gulf Total Fina Elf? Major shareholder Paul Desmairie.of Quebec’s Power Corp.Paul’s son married Chrétien’s daughter. Contracts with sadam to the tune of 10 billion dollars. Great liberal principles?Bush’s war for oil?Chretiens anti- war for oil, more like it.

  • canminuteman

    I agree 100 percent with that assessment.

  • Blacksmith

    While I agree we should not try and pick one flavor of pisslam over another, I do feel a little sympathy towards the few Christians, Jews and other than pisslam people suffering in the Islamic civil war.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    Give enough arms to the Kurds, Christians and Yazidis for them to successfully defend themselves and let it go at that.

  • Barrington Minge

    As long as yer mooslims are killing each other that is fine…long may they keep it up.

  • ntt1

    We should concentrate on quarantining this sick culture, Freeze muslim immigration now , and go back and intensively monitor those the idiots at immigration have allowed in. start a policy of deportation and cancelling of citizenship for those that want to fight for isis then start demolishing radical mosques