Godstud wrote:So, you won't see a video of Cuba(from a people perspective by a well known Australian journalist) because it doesn't fit your biased narrative? Your "take" is via American news(over 50 years) that tells you how terrible and bad communism is. No bias there...
Continue to live in ignorance, as that seems to be your preferred state.
Yea, yea, yea...but you can't argue with the eye test of dilapidated buildings and ancient automobiles can you? But I'll give Castro credit where credit is due, they can't afford paint it seems, but at least in Cuba there isn't any shortage of toilet paper such as in Venezuela, another socialist "paradise" that you probably admire.
MistyTiger wrote:Umm...the article does a poor job of examining Russia and the US. You make claims but the support is flimsy. And yes, we all know what MAD is.
The point in this passage is too simplistic. So the West has nukes and Russia has nukes, so no one is planning to use them? Why do you think that? I do not see a connection. Also, who is pointing fingers?
There is very little examination in the article, overall. It seems like random items are just strewn together in an incohesive manner.
<<< we all know what MAD is. >>>
From your "astute" analysis, it sounds like before you read the article, your only realization of the word MAD was that it was a humor magazine.
Sorry, but you display a fundamental ignorance of US-Russia relations based on your comment of "who is pointing fingers?" That's all both sides have been doing for decades is pointing fingers. Come on now, you should know that.
I supported my "claims" with historical fact, but evidently that wasn't good enough for you. If you disagree with my premise, that is fine, but to call it flimsy with all the historical references is just absurd. Let's be honest, you're a liberal, and my harsh remarks about Obama swayed your commentary no matter how great was the article, right?