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Today, Canada made it clear whose side they are on...

"Canada closes Tehran embassy, kicks out diplomats"

"Canada shut its embassy in Tehran on Friday, severed diplomatic relations and ordered Iranian diplomats to leave, accusing the Islamic Republic of being the most significant threat to world peace.............Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird said that the Canadian embassy in Tehran will close immediately and Iranian diplomats in Canada have been given five days to leave."

http://news.yahoo.com/canada-closes-tehran-embassy-kicks-diplomats-185855391.html

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Last time I checked, Canada...

... was on the Northern side. Unless you live in Russia, then they would be on the ... Northern side.

Nope, I had it right the first time.

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(NT) That's one side! haha
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When's the bombing begin?

Isn't that what happened in the 40's with Japan? Pearl Harbor was next.

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All I know is Canadians like everybody...

... so you have to be a real **** to piss the Canadians off to the point they won't talk to you.

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