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Naive? Really?

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Submitted by Raphael (Canada), Oct 3, 2009 at 00:46

It really is something for an American to call the Candian government "naive" when there's now been successive U.S. administrations who couldn't find their ass with both hands in a brightly lit room when it came to foreign policy. It beggars belief. Staying out of the Iraq fiasco and missing the hunt for the imaginary WMDs was the smartest thing the Canadian government ever did. I'm guessing this won't be accepted for posting in any event.

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