March 6th, 2012
12:39 PM ET

Are the U.S. and Israel sending mixed messages on Iran?

As President Obama meets with Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu on the issue of a potentially nuclear Iran, our experts offer sharply different perspectives on Iran's true threat–and how close the two nations really are.

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  1. retiredMP

    Please Canadians, get your facts correct. Canadians fought proudly and bravely in both world wars and that fact should not be diminished, but some of the posts stating hundreds of thousands of Canadian deaths is just plain incorrect.
    Facts are 67,000 canadian deaths in WW1 and 45,000 in WW11 (Combat and non combat deaths) comapared to US casualties of 117,000 in WW1 and 416 US casualtiesin WW2.

    March 7, 2012 at 1:49 pm | Reply
  2. Ray

    I did not read all the comments so i apologize if this was said already but many of you may not remember that when our embassy in Iran was overtaken by the Iranian militants, Canada supplied Canadian passports to our fellow Americans who weren't at the embassy and who weren't held hostage and got them out of Iran. Thanks Canada. We may not always see eye to eye but you are a great neighbor

    March 7, 2012 at 9:38 am | Reply
  3. Richard

    Canada has many things right rhat we missed. Health care covers everyone there, regardless of job or financial status. There are no "40 million without health care" stats there like we have. Everyone simply has it, and it's delivered fast and efficiently despite our fatcat insurance industry propaganda. No pre-existing conditions or medical bankruptcies there.

    March 6, 2012 at 11:55 pm | Reply

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