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  1. That's bullshit. Colorado and Edmonton did. In 2001 and 2006 respectively. The '42 Leafs are the only team in history to have come back from a 3-1 deficit in the cup finals.... yet.
  2. So these stupid soldiers aren't bright enough to know that raping and murdering a 7 year old girl is illegal? I mean sure, they may think it is illegal, but they're just to stupid to know.
  3. The cons have done quite a bit of long term damage within the first week of forming the government. Just today, Emerson's staff outright lied to reporters today. Reporters were told that he was in his office preparing to make an announcement, and he somehow sneaked past them all and got himself into a traffic jam. The Cons will have successfully turned all of the media against them in the first week. I'm loving it.
  4. Sorry, I don't see the difference. Both situations involve the soldier interpreting the EXACT same law.
  5. How so? Both involve the very same international agreements, and a debate on whether or not they do in fact transgress those agreements.
  6. How is the relevance any different in those two cases?
  7. So what you're saying is that if he was ordered to deploy for an illegal war, it would be his responsibility to disobey?
  8. Its really quite simple. Hinzman signed on to serve in the military of a nation that is a signatory to several internation conventions. Ergo, his commitment to that miltary is predicated on the belief that that miltary will adhere to the commitments made by that nation. If in fact that military does not adhere to the commitments understood to be in effect at the time of his enlisting, it is the military, and not Hinzman, that has failed to meet its commitments. Once the US military ceased meeting its commitments from international agreements, all agreements that individuals made with the military predicated on those commitments ought to be null and void.
  9. I'm not sure that you appreciate the real irony of the situation: Shoop commenting on the hurling of blanket accusations.
  10. If I'm not mistaken, you were the one that lectured at great length earlier about how power is more important than ethics or principle. Given that, I'm kind of wondering why you don't idolize this imaginary Trudeau that you love to hate so much.
  11. If you cared to read the forum rules, you'd see that insulting entire groups of people based on your narrow stereotypes is explicitly prohibited. But more to the point, I don't see why you insist on throwing out these pointless and inflammatory comments constantly.
  12. The way that Trudeau in general, and the NEP in particular, was taught in Alberta high schools was a farce. There are threads on this issue if you care to dig them up.
  13. You're right.. he isn't wrong. He is completely and inexplicably wrong. But its forgiveable.. I went through the same indoctrination in high school here in Edmonton in my day.
  14. Hey now. If a tree can vote in the PQ leadership race, surely its entitled to a rebate cheque.
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