"Gordon O'Connor is making a fool of himself . . ."
Last month's truth has become today's monumental understatement.
O’Connor’s O’Contradictions haven’t made life easy for him. There were the briefing books not read. There were the multiple versions of who was looking after our detainees. There were air-conditioned tanks with no air-conditioning.
Now there’s this: the long-coming public spat between O’Connor and General Hillier – the man who as chief of defence staff, is supposed to work for the Government.
Once again, the NDP has called for Harper to show some parental discipline and put an end to the keystone cops routine.
Yet there O’Connor continues to sit, pretending to run the Department of Defence during a controversial war while pocketing an additional $72,200 for the privilege.
It’s tough not to feel bad for Rona Ambrose.