The problem is, to be sarcastic, you have to be sarcastic of *something.* Nowhere
in my post did I ever said that NATO put missiles in Turkey for no reason -- I
was clarifiying the idea that the Russians put missiles in Cuba for no reason.
"John W. Redelfs" wrote:
> After careful consideration, Stephen Beecroft wrote:
> >Wow. NATO, led by the US, no doubt, decided out of a clear blue sky to
> >station some missiles in Turkey. No history to that action, of course.
> >Just a sudden, impulsive decision by those imperialistic westerners
> >against the poor, oppressed Soviet proletariat. No wonder Khrushchev had
> >to put missiles 90 miles off our coast. Clearly it was the US' fault.
> >Thanks for that informative and impartial analysis.
> I just love your sarcasm, Stephen. In this case I'm sure we would
> agree. --JWR
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