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Originally posted by bekod
just when you thought it was safe, now this, that would explain Syria meeting with Chavez and Cuba. Iran meet with them last week.
The USS Nassau (LHA-4) Amphibious Ready Group 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit, tasked with supporting the Bahrain-based 5th Fleet area of operations, is cruising around the Bab al-Mandeb Straits where the Gulf of Aden flows into the Red Sea.
USS Nassau (LHA 4) - visit Port Victoria
Originally posted by one4all
The Royal Family will send whatever resources the US requests and they WILL BE UTILISED,the Queens visit to Canada isnt a fluke,and whoever the insolent little prick is who keeps on refering to Her Majesty the Queen in derogetory terms,there is STILL NO PLACE ON EARTH WHERE YOU OUT OF REACH OF THE REALM.Dont let yourself forget that fact.
The Queens power is further reaching than the American sphere of influence.
And as Canadians we support the Queen in every way.
And you dont hear anyone on these forums referring to the President or the Prime Minister in those terms,so this indicates that this individual is also a coward who prefers to insult women of power,sounds like the person had an overbearing parent.
Fox News, September 2009: When asked “Do you support or oppose the United States taking military action to keep Iran from getting nuclear weapons?” 61 percent of 900 registered voters supported military action and 28 opposed it.
Pew Research Center, October 2009: When asked which is more important, “to prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons, even if it means taking military action,” or “to avoid a military conflict with Iran, even if it means they may develop nuclear weapons,” 61 percent of 1,500 respondents favored the first reply and 24 percent the second.
Not only does a strong majority — 57, 52, 58, 61, and 61 percent in these five polls — already favor using force, but after a strike Americans will presumably rally around the flag, sending that number much higher.