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According to media reports from Ottawa, a new report on the F-35 stealth fighter program estimates the cost to be $45 billion -- the highest amount yet!
This new study by KPMG was requested by the Harper government after the scathing report from the Auditor General last spring.
Now, exposed as lying outright about the F-35, Prime Minister Stephen Harper will be making more empty promises to review the F-35 program -- but he will stop short of actually ruling out the F-35, of having an open competition (a review by experts is not adequate), or even asking Canadians what kind of role our military should be playing the world.
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