January 24, 2014

Obama, Stop Jerking Canada Around

Charles Krauthammer, Washington Post

The Associated Press

Canadians may be preternaturally measured and polite, but they simply can’t believe how they’ve been treated by President Obama — left hanging humiliatingly on an issue whose merits were settled years ago.

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