By Rosin, Hanna; Moran, Caitlin; Paglia, Camille; Dowd, Maureen; Griffiths, Rudyard
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I want to start by welcoming the North America–wide radio and television audience tuning into this debate, everywhere from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) to CPAC, Canada’s cable public affairs channel, and throughout the continental United States on C-SPAN. ca. It’s terrific to have you here as virtual participants in tonight’s proceedings. And a warm hello to you, the over 3,000 people who’ve filled Roy Thomson Hall to capacity for yet another Munk Debate. All of us associated with this project want to thank you for your enthusiasm for the simple goal to which this series is dedicated: more and better public debate.
Are men obsolete? My answer is no! I won’t let you be, you fuckers! We are going 50/50 in this world, goddammit, or I’ll never have the chance to watch the Breaking Bad box set! RUDYARD GRIFFITHS: Great opening comment, Caitlin, and I think it’s about three in the morning for you, so the profanity absolutely suits the time. Hanna, I’ve seen you diligently taking notes throughout these opening statements, and because you spoke first I want to give you the first chance to rebut something that you’ve heard on the other side.