Justin Trudeau, same old, same old

 

On Thursday, you said: “There are continuing questions … about who is responsible for these horrible attacks against civilians, and that’s why I’m impressing on the United Nations Security Council to pass a strong resolution that allows the international community to determine first of all who was responsible for these attacks and how we will move forward. I think it’s important to make sure we have all the facts before we move forward in what is obviously an extremely important situation.”

On Friday, you said: “Canada fully supports the United States’ limited and focused action to degrade the Assad regime’s ability to launch chemical weapons attacks against innocent civilians, including many children. President Assad’s use of chemical weapons and the crimes the Syrian regime has committed against its own people cannot be ignored. These gruesome attacks cannot be permitted to continue operating with impunity.”

You gave your unqualified support before you got all the facts. Nothing’s changed.

Spot on, Justin

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In an interview on CTV, Lisa LaFlamme asked Justin Trudeau: “Stephen Harper said after a decade in power we wouldn’t recognize the country. I wonder what your goal is for what Canada will look like after four years of a Trudeau government.”

Trudeau said, “I have spent an awful lot of time listening to Canadians, learning from them, working with them. I like to think that after four years of my government, Canadians will deeply recognize their country.”

So long, Stephen. You will not be missed.