Alleged? In 2001 Abdurahman Khadr was captured fighting in
But Mr. Martin says “alleged.”
According to the CTV news story the provisional warrant for Khadr is in connection to charges by
- Possession of a destructive device
- Conspiracy to murder
nationals outside the country. U.S.
- Conspiracy to use a destructive device against
U.S.nationals and property outside the country U.S.
Abdurahman’s lawyer says the warrant is a cynical and spiteful attempt by the
There’s a twenty-five hundred year old parable, told by Aesop, about a farmer who found a snake one winter, dying in the cold. Moved by pity for the creature, he picked it up and warmed it at his breast. Once the cold blooded snake revived, it bit him and the farmer died. The moral of the tale is obvious to anyone with common sense. I suppose that excludes the Liberals, eh?
Let’s look at the Prime Minister’s statement again: “…we don’t have two classes of citizens.” What a wonderful idea Mr. Martin has raised. I’m certain it’d horrify him, but that’s exactly what Canada needs, a provisional class of citizenship for immigrants that can revoked if they prove to be criminals or, as in the Khadr family’s case, the kind of scum who willingly send their children overseas to train as suicide bombers.
Like many liberals who’ve spoken out against the American’s war on terror Mr. Martin is another Richard-head who doesn’t apparently believe there’s consequences to harboring a viper at your breast.
One of my favorite authors, Robert H. Heinlein, many years ago described liberals as people who: “believe that water runs downhill, but praise God, it’ll never reach the bottom.”