I note the government apologists can't entertain intellectual honesty, when debating this notion of prorogue. Instead, over and over, I hear this nonsensical dismissal about "22 days". What silliness to get worked up over a decision that delays Parliament's return a mere 3 weeks. That's the sarcastic "go to" response of Conservatives, desperate to provide cover and short circuit any substantive debate.
Kady does a fine job detailing how this prorogue is much more than an extended three week vacation. MONTHS of work has died, and on top of that a colossal waste of taxpayer money. Studies for Committee work are now obsolete, that expenditure goes POOF. All those supposed urgent bills, clowns like Nicholson rushing to the cameras, demanding immediate passage of CRUCIAL legislation, now revealed a FARCE of the highest order. Don't review the words of the opposition, review the words of the government about the importance of it all.
I find it quite telling that Conservatives seem unable to debate the actual merits of this decision, and the REAL implications. Willful ignorance or deliberate denial, they are left to present an affront to the most basic common sense. Keep hammering the "22 days" angle, it demonstrates nothing more than weakness of argument and deliberate evasion. Then again, what else is new, depth is like kryptonite to that crowd.