Russia to deploy short-range missiles near Poland

Nov 5, 2008 Full story: news.yahoo.com 652
Russia will deploy short-range missiles near Poland to counter U.S. military plans in Eastern Europe, President Dmitry Medvedev warned Wednesday, setting a combative tone that clashed with global goodwill over Barack Obama's election. Full Story

“شوروی”

Since: May 08

Rostov-on-don, Russia

#62 Nov 6, 2008
nuclearday wrote:
<quoted text>You Vodka fueled Russians HAVE no sphere of influence.
Sorry, I`m not drinking alcohol in any forms because it is a sin.
Devin

Newport News, VA

#63 Nov 6, 2008
uther pendragon wrote:
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Is it not ironic that as Vladimir Putin and Dmitri Medvedyev are leading their nation towards a market economy B Hussein Obama and Joe the Biden are leading ours towards state socialism?
You must have been in a coma for the last three months, American is further along the path to socialism under Bush,Chaney and McCain than Russia is to Capitalism.

AGI, Fannie, Freddie, GM, Amtrak, and a host of other private ventures the Government has Nationalized, included with the institution of the Patroitic Act and Warrantless Wire Taps.

Obama is called a liberial because he stood in opposition to all of these measures as they were being proposed.

Remember McCain voted with the President more than 90% of the time on America's way to becoming a socialist nation.

Palin would have fit right in being she over sees a Socialist State.
Frank

Boston, MA

#64 Nov 6, 2008
Religion is Evil wrote:
Bush managed to turn Russia from our friend back into a possible enemy. Maybe Obama can reverse that.
I hope so. But a lot will depend on whether Russia wants to be friendly. Both parties in the US are commited to NATO and NATO has expanded to Russia's borders. This issue must be dealt with carefully and puting a missile sheild in Poland is probably the wrong move. Perhaps if we agree not to do this than the Russians can be convinced not to put missiles on the border with Poland. This is how things used to be done between our countries.
nuclearday

Denver, CO

#65 Nov 6, 2008
Mr Because wrote:
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Spheres of influence is the only thing that will prevent Global Powers from cheating endangering eachothers.
could you please aim those missiles at Boulder, CO, Berkeley, CA, Austin, TX., and the state of Vermont.
Frank

Boston, MA

#66 Nov 6, 2008
Mr Because wrote:
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Spheres of influence is the only thing that will prevent Global Powers from cheating endangering eachothers.
But smaller nations end up getting screwed. Is that fair? I see what your saying but I think it's time to move beyond the old politics of the cold war. Whether or not this will happen remains an open question but much will be answered in the coming 4 years. We'll see. I am troubled by the fact that Obama is already talkinga bout appointing neoliberal Clinton era shills to top White House positions. This is not a good sign.
nuclearday

Denver, CO

#67 Nov 6, 2008
Mr Because wrote:
<quoted text>
Sorry, I`m not drinking alcohol in any forms because it is a sin.
You live close to a nuclear power plant? I'd start drinking. Russians and nuclear power don't exactly go hand in hand.

“شوروی”

Since: May 08

Rostov-on-don, Russia

#68 Nov 6, 2008
nuclearday wrote:
<quoted text>could you please aim those missiles at Boulder, CO, Berkeley, CA, Austin, TX., and the state of Vermont.
No difference... you will die from a fallout in serveral years.
nuclearday

Denver, CO

#69 Nov 6, 2008
Hey Mr. Because, why do you suppose that Dimitri Medvedev is resigning from office after the endof the year and Putin will replace him? Why do you think Putin is changing the Russian constitution to allow himself to be in office of two 6 year terms? Your country is out of control.

“شوروی”

Since: May 08

Rostov-on-don, Russia

#70 Nov 6, 2008
nuclearday wrote:
<quoted text>You live close to a nuclear power plant? I'd start drinking. Russians and nuclear power don't exactly go hand in hand.
I follow Muslim traditions of my family.
nuclearday

Denver, CO

#71 Nov 6, 2008
Frank wrote:
<quoted text>
But smaller nations end up getting screwed. Is that fair? I see what your saying but I think it's time to move beyond the old politics of the cold war. Whether or not this will happen remains an open question but much will be answered in the coming 4 years. We'll see. I am troubled by the fact that Obama is already talkinga bout appointing neoliberal Clinton era shills to top White House positions. This is not a good sign.
They are diving feet first into a new Cold War.

“شوروی”

Since: May 08

Rostov-on-don, Russia

#72 Nov 6, 2008
Frank wrote:
<quoted text>
But smaller nations end up getting screwed. Is that fair? I see what your saying but I think it's time to move beyond the old politics of the cold war. Whether or not this will happen remains an open question but much will be answered in the coming 4 years. We'll see. I am troubled by the fact that Obama is already talkinga bout appointing neoliberal Clinton era shills to top White House positions. This is not a good sign.
Well that is easy to undestand.
Smaller nations can do whatever, but they should not become parts of Military alliances and they shouldnt have foreign armies on their territories.

Actually i dont realise why U.S. needs those hundreds of military bases, big army and missles.
Isnt America a continent?
Why should U.S. have any military installations abroad if it is not really threatened by any force?
Religion is Evil

Cincinnati, OH

#73 Nov 6, 2008
Frank wrote:
<quoted text>
I hope so. But a lot will depend on whether Russia wants to be friendly. Both parties in the US are commited to NATO and NATO has expanded to Russia's borders. This issue must be dealt with carefully and puting a missile sheild in Poland is probably the wrong move. Perhaps if we agree not to do this than the Russians can be convinced not to put missiles on the border with Poland. This is how things used to be done between our countries.
Very sensible post.

It's no wonder the Russians are afraid of us. I'm not sure why we need NATO any more.
Religion is Evil

Cincinnati, OH

#74 Nov 6, 2008
Mr Because wrote:
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Sorry, I`m not drinking alcohol in any forms because it is a sin.
Great! More for the rest of us!
Disgusted

Anniston, AL

#75 Nov 6, 2008
Old American Gal wrote:
Well Putin really waited a long time to test the new Prez, didn't he?
Wonder when I-did-a-bad-job in Iran will step up and test him, too?
Not aware of Obama being President until Jan 20th 2009.

If he is TESTING a President NOW it is Georgia Bush!!!!
White Russian Cossack

Dublin, CA

#76 Nov 6, 2008
There is no test actually it is, "What is good for the goose is good for the gander". Thats all it is. Russians in Russia are really happy that Obama won.
White Russian Cossack

Dublin, CA

#77 Nov 6, 2008
Religion is Evil wrote:
<quoted text>
Very sensible post.
It's no wonder the Russians are afraid of us. I'm not sure why we need NATO any more.
Who is Russia afraid of your ethnicity in this country or are you referring to the American people as a whole, because the American people don't hate Russians, only the uneducated and pecker heads here do?
Cmon Now

Los Angeles, CA

#78 Nov 6, 2008
Disgusted wrote:
<quoted text>
Not aware of Obama being President until Jan 20Th 2009.
If he is TESTING a President NOW it is Georgia Bush!!!!
Perhaps what she's trying to say is that their party deliberately made the world more tense to influence the election in favor of their candidate. But since that obviously is not to be there just talking out of annoyance. Too bad sooo sad. Maybe Obama can adopt some of the previous administrations tactics and claim monthly that no attacks in the U.S. means the Gov. has saved the day once again and the whole country should be grateful and to speak counter or question officialdom's edicts is an indication of unpatriotism and they should leave ASAP and have secret dossiers stamped enemy-non combatants and secret surveillance conducted under homeland security.
Cmon Now

Los Angeles, CA

#79 Nov 6, 2008
White Russian Cossack wrote:
There is no test actually it is, "What is good for the goose is good for the gander". Thats all it is. Russians in Russia are really happy that Obama won.
No there not. Russia is preparing for an anticipated difficult challenge, A challenge they were warned of years in advance. Skepticism to the warning was obliterated with the Georgian conflict, and if you review footage you will see the Russians unconcerned with Georgias ability because it wasnt them who they were waiting for.
With Georgia " They have arrived " With a democrat President in the U.S. " It has begun "
" Sound the horns "
Alex

Podolsk, Russia

#80 Nov 6, 2008
The most funniest thing is that US are out of range of those missiles. So it is not of your busyness.
Azman

Ipoh, Malaysia

#81 Nov 6, 2008
what we hope is don't playing wars games. it's will be kill or injure of humain beings.

:D

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