Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 1 decade ago

How would war between Ecuador/Venezuela vs. Colombia affect the US election?

What stance have the candidates taken on whether we should reaffirm our commitment to our Colombian allies - against Communist agitators?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    I think it will expose communist and Venzuelan appeasers and sympathizers vs. those who will stand up for what is right and Democracy.

    ALthough... I already know the Dems are on the side of the affore mentioned.. rather than the latter.

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  • 4 years ago

    i don't think of there'll be a conflict. In South united states of america, the popular inhabitants of anybody u . s . dislikes every physique from a bordering u . s ., ordinarily using loss of jobs, supplies, and money. no person needs somebody from a bordering u . s . to come again in and expend the already-scarce supplies. it quite is style of like the U. S. predicament over the Mexican boarder. although, those international locations are smaller, poorer, and nearer jointly, so it gets crowded. once you upload interior the political conflicts that arise between the various varieties of government (to not point out Colombian insurrection communities), you get cranky pals. this means that matters will constantly arise alongside the boarders, even though it would not characterize conflict. I used to stay in Ecuador, and that i can honestly say that the Ecuadorians do not love Chavez any further than the the remainder of the worldwide. it quite is merely that Columbia is plenty greater of a risk (bombing their u . s . and all). Small international locations with insignificant protection stress stress ought to restrict jointly. as a ways using fact the U. S., we ought to constantly not become in contact. particular, Columbia is our best buddy, yet we are those burning the Colombian those with insecticides in our air raides to break coca fields. it quite is the U. S. it quite is continually accusing Columbia of narco-trafficking. it quite is surely not an allegiance to threat American lives for. neither is leaping on the possibility to overthrow Chavez, a pacesetter who poses no risk to any u . s . yet his very own. permit Venezuela cope with Venezuela and the U. S. cope with the U. S..

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  • Obviously you don't know what you are talking about because Venezuela is not a communist country. They have a president and pariament and altho they have socialistic leanings they are not a communist state. Theyb hold free elections and the people chose their leaders.

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  • Tip
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    He needs a way to stay in power. America will help Columbia and it will make Americans wonder about our own security if only for a second

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  • 1 decade ago

    venezuela is not communist state but america has to intervene because 11% of U.S. oil imports comes from venezuela, if venezuela stops from importing oil to the U.S. becuase colombia theats venezuela america ecomony will be hurt even deeper.

    Source(s): ?
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  • xyz
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    The U.S. government will not step in because it does not want to slow the flow of drugs into the U.S.

    Venezuela is not a communist country and has open elections????did I read that right???..somebody is puffin on them funny weeds again

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Bush would call it off and assume the title "President for Life".

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    It would not alter anything.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    ww4!!!!!

    Source(s): sinners repent!!!!
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