Let me be perfectly clear.

If I hear one more politician standing up in the House of Commons and say “let me be very/perfectly clear”, before entering into a 5-minute restatement of the exact same answer I heard to a question 24 hours ago, I’m going to pretend we don’t have elections in Canada. Hear that, John Baird?

Related: Why do people in politics insist on asking the same questions 2 and 3 days in a row? Particularly when they know damn well they’re probably going to get exactly the same, word for word answer. Can anyone explain that to me? I’ve run out of clue.

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