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Not one SEAL's blood for oil if U.S. interests aren't at stake

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The news reports read like the script of a cheesy movie. A ship sits at anchor one Sunday night off Cyprus. It holds a cargo that just has to be recovered to support a vital U.S. ally. Navy SEALs approach silently over the water, climb the hull, and take over the ship without firing a shot. Then, in the movies — as in real life — the SEALs begin searching for the critical cargo and find what...

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