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  1. #1 Obama Losing Canada to Russia? 
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    http://nation.foxnews.com/canada/201...-canada-russia

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    With a population of 140 million, the world’s largest national land mass, the world’s largest Arctic presence, and a wealth of natural resource and agricultural potential, Russia is a natural partner for Canada.

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    That's it. We need a voodoo priest, Bruce Campbell, some candles and a flight to California.

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    All of our traditional allies are hedging their bets due to O Blah Blha and company. While this group of idiots are in charge of the USA, there is no benefit or security in being a USA ally.
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    Russia sold most of the North American influence to us a long time ago. If anything Gazprom is a competitor to Canada, not a friend.
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    We have some of the most fanatical crazy ass liberal politicians in the world in the United States. We kiss our enemy's ass and turn around and kick our friends in the balls. For example, we have Env. nuts in Congress that want to ban Canadian oil imports that are derived from oil sands. I could care less if they were sucking it from dead baby seals; we need oil. We import more oil from Canada than any other country in the world. If Obama and these liberal screwballs piss the Canadian government off, they will reduce the oil sales to us and sell more to the Russians. We will be in a world of hurt if that happens. Russia will bend over backwards to gain more access to their oil. Liberal Democrats want to punish them.
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    Not just oil, we import more anything from Canada than anyone else. I highly doubt our friendly northern neighbors are really going to turn their backs on us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KhrushchevsShoe View Post
    Not just oil, we import more anything from Canada than anyone else. I highly doubt our friendly northern neighbors are really going to turn their backs on us.
    In the past, we have treated Canada like a red headed stepchild. Like I said, loonies on your side of the aisle want to ban oil derived from oils sands. That does not set to well, and one day they may just decide to sell more oil to Russia and less to us. That is not turning their backs on us. Just a little payback for our idiotic energy policy and the screwballs in the Democratic party.
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    Russia doesn't need to buy oil from elsewhere. They are a massive exporter of fossil fuels, there is almost no room for foriegners in Russia's oil market except for those who have already bought themselves in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lacarnut View Post
    We have some of the most fanatical crazy ass liberal politicians in the world in the United States.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Smith - Wealth of Nations
    It is not very unreasonable that the rich should contribute to the public expense, not only in proportion to their revenue, but something more than in that proportion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KhrushchevsShoe View Post
    Russia doesn't need to buy oil from elsewhere. They are a massive exporter of fossil fuels, there is almost no room for foriegners in Russia's oil market except for those who have already bought themselves in.
    you know that Canada is also a huge food producer and exporter
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economy...da#Agriculture

    Russia still is a big importer of grain as they are still recovering from decades of Soviet agricultural practices that destroyed any chance of them keeping up with the US
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