It’s just been announced that Mr Short-Pants, Canada’s pantomime Prime Minister, will be apologizing to Islamic terrorist Omar Khadr, a former Gitmo resident who murdered an American medic, and awarding him in excess of $10 million.
Ah! The caring! The sensitivity! The inclusivity!
Apparently, the fatuous Supreme Court of Bozos in Ottawa found that…
Canadian officials through assisting the United States’ interrogation of Khadr had violated “the most basic Canadian standards about the treatment of detained youth suspects.” These officials, the court ruled, violated Khadr’s rights as listed in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Umm, no mention of the rights of the murdered victim. Perhaps, in the interests of vibrant multiculturalism, Mr Short-Pants should propose the Order of Canada for Osama bin Laden and his Merry Men, al-Quaeda.
Ain’t Diversity great?