Mr. Mulroney, I Believe Your Pants Are On Fire

"Former prime minister Brian Mulroney is demanding a full public inquiry into the so-called Airbus Affair, saying it is the only way he can clear his name once and for all and find out who is behind the "vendetta" that has dogged him for more than a dozen years since leaving office.

"I have come to the conclusion that in order to finally put this matter to rest and expose all the facts and the role played by all the people involved, from public servants to elected officials, from lobbyists to the police authorities, as well as journalists, the only solution is for the government to launch a full-fledged public commission of inquiry which would cover the period from 1988 to today," he said in a statement Monday."

Wouldn't the best solution be to just tell the truth?

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