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PMO gives up chance to use its new anti-citizenship law

This must be disappointing for Harper's smarmy army

In response to a request made directly to Harper by NDP Leader Tom Mulcair, asking him "to provide assurances that Mohamed Fahmy (the Canadian journalist, wrongfully convicted in Egypt) will not be stripped of his Canadian citizenship”, which is now possible with Harper's new definition of Canadian citizenship (Bill C-24).

One of Harper's PMO minions, Jason MacDonald (the beaming asshole on the left), ignored Mulclair, choosing to respond by email to the Canadian press that the government had no intention of doing that, claiming that the request was just another conspiracy theory from the opposition.

You would think that just once, these assholes would take a higher road when communicating to us.

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