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We already get more energy from Canada than from any other foreign country.
 

We are also looking to Canada as we continue to integrate the North American energy market.
 

We are at war to liberate Iraq, to protect the people of the United States and other countries from the devastating impact of Iraqi weapons of mass destruction being used by terrorists or the Iraqi government to kill thousands of innocent civilians.
 

We are very grateful for what the Ontario provincial government is doing, and for cooperation from provincial and local police forces all across Canada.
 

We believe, as the President has indicated, that this combination of a rogue state that possesses weapons of mass destruction and has known ties to terrorist organizations, is a grave threat to the people of the United States and to other countries around the world.
 

We get more oil from Canada than any country.
 

We know that if al Queda or one of these terrorist organizations were to get a weapon of mass destruction from Iraq, that they would have no hesitation about using it to catastrophic consequences; the potential is for hundreds of thousands of casualties.
 

We must also remember that our work is not done.
 

We need to defeat al Queda and other terrorist organizations.
 

We saw when those World Trade towers came down what these terrorists will do.
 

We want to look at how we would respond because, as hard as we work to prevent terrorist attacks here North America, if we have a catastrophic terrorist attack, it is the military that is going to have to go in at the request of civilian authorities.
 

We will have a border that is open for business, open for tourism, open for legitimate travelers; but that is closed to terrorists and drug pushers and smugglers and others who seek to break the law.
 

We would be there for Canada, part of our family. That is why so many in the United States are disappointed and upset that Canada is not fully supporting us now.
 

When I was Governor of Massachusetts, we worked to get Sable Island gas into New England.
 

When you think about the day-to-day, positive impact on the lives of U.S. citizens, there is no relationship that we have in the world that is more important than our relationship with Canada.
 

Yet there is disappointment in Washington and in the United States that Canada is not supporting us fully.
 


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