As for N. Korea, I remember now. You maintain that a state of war still exists between N. Korea and the U.S. Well, as I said, the whole thing was a POLICE ACTION by the U.N., not by the U.S. which was the leading member of the U.N. police force where Australians, N.Zealanders, British, Canadian troops participated. And others, I believe. There was never a declaration of war by any of the participants. As for North Korea, it was a so-called unification effort, they also never declared war far as I know.<quoted text>
More false allegations. Why do you do this?
We pay more for gas in Canada because, yes, gas is
are higher taxed than in the U.S.(we have higher social benefits is one reason) but also and mostly because oil companies are crooks. Example : Alberta has no provincial sales tax. Alberta is close, much closer than we in the east to oil wells and refineries (Alberta IS oil), YET, gas at the pump is more expensive than it is here in the east where we have 7% sales tax and transportation costs are a huge factor. Why's that? Why don't you ask the oil barons? As to highways, you're right. We blame winter , frost, for the state of our highways, and we are right, yet, as soon as we cross from Ontario to NY state and the New England states, we see nothing but perfectly maintained highways, and it's that way right down to Florida. Kudos.
Average total tax in the U.S. on a gallon of gas is about 40 cents. Here, it's about $1.20. Yet, the difference in a gallon, today, is about $$2.00. Again, why? Why is it not $1.00 per gallon? Again, ask the oil companies.
So, armistice yes, end of hostilities, yes, formal end of war, N/A.