On Transcendent Importance

Harper conisdered the question of war and peace of one of transcendent importance. Between October 1, 2002 and May 5, 2003, he spoke in the Commons on the issue of Iraq no less than thirty-seven times, more than on any other subject.

William Johnson, Stephen Harper and the Future of Canada, p.322.

And yet, for the one speech that really mattered, we are asked to believe…

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