When John F. Kennedy was president and the Russians put missiles in Cuba, Kennedy objected very strongly against that move.

    Now Russia is objecting against the United States for putting missiles in Russia's back yard in Poland.


When John F. Kennedy was president and the Russians put missiles in Cuba, Kennedy objected very strongly against that move.
    Now Russia is objecting against the United States for putting missiles in Russia's back yard in Poland.
    Any person with sound reasoning knows from history, such a move is not in the best interest of the U.S.
    The Russians will never agree to such a move. We didn't when missiles were in Cuba.
    The U.S. is showing their arrogance against Russia in this instance.
    I guess it makes it OK when Secretary Rice says the missiles are not pointed at Russia. What would be the reaction if Russia said the missiles were not pointed at the United States during the Cuba crisis? How uninformed is Bush when it comes to diplomacy?
    Once again, he is not capable of thinking a problem through as to what the final situation will be.
    The trouble in the country of Georgia exists due to Bush's trying to get countries in the region to join NATO as well as the placement of missiles in Poland. The NATO countries in Europe disagreed.
    Look in the near future for Russia to put missiles in Venezuela.

Joe Wynne
St. Louis