Wasn’t this the party that campaigned on a platform of transparency, accountability, and a promised end to government scandals?
Whether you call it cowardice, obstruction of justice, a brilliant political move, or an exercise in partisan smugness, Stephen Harper’s refusal to take any responsibility for the Afghan detainee scandal on the part of the ruling Conservatives is, at the end of the day, just sad.
In the face of overwhelming evidence suggesting that this has been a long known issue, it looks like Harper might pull out the prorogation card again. So call this whole sad issue whatever you want, but ultimately one thing is clear: for Harper and his Conservatives, when confronted with unbelievably difficult issues involving ethics, political ramifications, and basic human sanctity, they would rather run and hide rather than dealing with them like mature adults.
What would a mature adult do? For one, they should probably read this:
Wasn’t this the party that campaigned on a platform of transparency, accountability, honesty
and next turned out to be the biggest liars instead