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Conservative Values

Drop partisanship on ISIS response

When it comes to condemning terror, the Liberals need to stand with the opposition and do the right thing. This matters even more after the Orlando shootings, the latest Paris attack and the beheading of Robert Hall.

The government has twisted itself into pretzels using questionable logic to avoid supporting a Conservative motion that would declare the Islamic State's actions genocide.

On Wednesday most Liberals voted against the motion, which lost 166 to 139. But the Conservatives and NDP voted in favour, as did four Liberal MPs.

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