I'm here all day.
For those just tuning in, Jason Kenney is Prime Minister Stephen Harper's Parliamentary Secretary and (let's be honest here) the de facto Deputy Prime Minister and Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs. Kenney is also the Conservative MP who calls anyone associating (or standing sort of close to even) with anyone who is pro-Hezbollah to be apologists for terrorists.
Jason Kenney is also a guy who recently met with and welcomed an Iranian terrorist group called the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI) and also known as Mujahedin e Khalq (MEK).
Stockwell Day is the Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness. Day is also a friend of that same terrorist group who has sent them his best wishes and who only last year was demanding that it was wrong to put the group on the government terrorist list the government (even though the US did the same thing).
As far as I can tell, for consistency's sake, it would seem that, it is either wrong for Members of Parliament to even talk about talking to a group listed as a terrorist organization, or it is conceivable, that "one man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter."
Tags: canada, conservative party, politics, terrorism