Harper missing the point on F-35s

The day after a non-partisan parliamentary report said the purchase of 65 F-35 stealth fighter jets would cost $30 billion, or twice what the government had originally projected, Prime Minister Stephen Harper came out swinging.

Published: Wednesday, 03/16/2011 12:00 am EDT

The day after a non-partisan parliamentary report said the purchase of 65 F-35 stealth fighter jets would cost $30 billion, or twice what the government had originally projected, Prime Minister Stephen Harper came out swinging.

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