They need them. They have to decide whether or not to continue Canada’s military role in Iraq. On what basis are they to make their decision?
If they listened to the observations of Patrick Graham, one of North America’s best-informed foreign correspondents on the subject of Iraq, on CBC’s Metro Morning on March 9, they would have learned that the matter is full of complexities, that nothing is what it seems to be, and that it is extremely difficult to decide who is the good guy and who is the bad guy.
For once, the government might find it best to limit the debate and just ask Patrick Graham what to do.