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This emotional video of a Conservative MP’s tearful apology will make you cry

Stephen Harper’s Parliamentary Secretary is sorry. How sorry?   When Conservative MP Paul Calandra stood up in the House of Commons on Friday to apologize for repeatedly responding to questions about Iraq with answers that had nothing to do with the topic, emotions started flowing. Here’s a remix with sad violin music:     

Stephen Harper’s Parliamentary Secretary is sorry.

How sorry?

 

When Conservative MP Paul Calandra stood up in the House of Commons on Friday to apologize for repeatedly responding to questions about Iraq with answers that had nothing to do with the topic, emotions started flowing.

Here’s a remix with sad violin music: 

 

 

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