Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Death is the cash cow 

Harper seemed to say that the Canadian military is better off because our soldiers are dying in Afghanistan:
". . . It's, I think, making them a better military, notwithstanding, or maybe in some way because of, the casualties."
When asked to explain how the military benefits when soldiers die, PMO spokesperson Carolyn Steward Olson explained:
. . . she thought the remarks were clear. The military gets stronger when casualties occur, she said, because it means more money is put into equipment and recruiting.
Thanks for clearing that up, Carolyn.
Death, the cash cow for the Canadian military...

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