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Martin trades blood for votes

Less-than-Prime Minister Paul Martin has allegedly offered to send troops to Sudan in an attempt to buy off David Kilgour so that he will vote for the government in a non-confidence vote.

How bad is it that our current Prime Minister, so desperate for power, sends our troops -- who are undoubtedly under trained, under funded, and under prepared --to a country where over 300,000 people have died in the past two years just so that he can stay in office.

What a spineless leader our Country currently has. The blood will be on Martin's hands if any of our troops die because of this agreement.

Incredible.
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5/07/2005 08:04:00 PM

I actually agree with sending troops to Darfour. I also agree that our army needs cashola. Not an easy situation.

~B    



5/09/2005 07:54:00 AM

Looks like Martin has some Sudanese skeletons in his closet:

http://alsocanadian.blogspot.com/2005/05/sudan-liberal-hypocrisy-hits-new-high.html    



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