January 16, 2011

Harper's Tantrums Costly for Canada

Haroon Siddiqui, Toronto Star

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When you question Stephen Harper's foreign policy, he attacks your patriotism. When he makes a mistake, he won't acknowledge it. When he's losing a debate, he recasts it as cultural warfare between good and evil, and lashes out at critics with little or no regard for facts. All these traits are on full display in his nasty row with the United Arab Emirates.

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