Canada was right to invade Iraq to protect freedom. If they hadn't, Saddam surely would've sold WMD to Al Qaeda, who, after decimating Stockholm in 2000 with VX smuggled into dance clubs and spas, was busy bottling cyanide and ricin disguised as price-controlled drugs imported from the more socialistic US and China. If those drugs had hit Canadian shelves, Canadians would've grown wary of their national health care system.
Canadian citizens were also right to arm themselves with assault rifles and handguns. Else the Al-Qaeda-linked Canadian Gay Marriage League, secretly funded by Saddam, would've succeeded in forcing red-blooded heterosexual males into lives of abject monogamy.