Where to begin.
The Globe is reporting Harper is resisting a NATO-wide call to increase defence spending to two per cent of GDP. He says it's our fault apparently because us voters wouldn't support such an increase in defence spending. Maybe so, but concern about what the voters think has never really stopped him from doing anything before. [Hmm, I wonder if the F-35 is actually now too expensive use?] If he doesn't want voters to have an opinion on something, he tries to hide what he's thinking and doing. Still, as a voter, I can't help resent being scapegoated by such a despicable little shit.
If you can't blame Trudeau (I or II) or Chretien, or Martin, blame the voters? Good luck with that.
Further, the same government that's been frothing like a rabid pitbull regarding Putin and Ukraine has shown itself to be nothing but a skittish barking lapdog.
I wonder how the NATO meeting in Cardiff will go?
Update: Or as Terry Milewski/CBC call it, Harper has a big mouth and small, uh, stick. [wow, that's actually the headline.]