He went on to address his critics, saying some of them had argued against purchasing those cargo planes as inconsistent with Canada's "soft-power needs." Harper said, however, that his government bought them "for the hard-power requirements of today's world."
Military analysts agreed the new C-17s played a key role in the speedy Haiti deployment.
But one interviewed by The Canadian Press described most of the Harper government's so-called "hard-power" purchases - like tanks for Afghanistan - as irrelevant to a mission like Haiti. At least one other purchase nixed by Harper's government, a supply ship, could have been especially useful to those aid efforts.
Ker-rist, I want this goon -- and his ugly mug -- out of our public life.
Tell the spineless MSM: No questions, no pix!