Let's put it this way. Remember the greatest explosion in history. It occurred on Reagan's watch in a remote part of Siberia. I don't recall all of the details, but I do know this: those were the glory days of the CIA--severely damaging the Soviet economy without firing a shot.
Guess how many people that explosion killed? Zero.
All I'm saying is that there might have been an equally effective way of destroying this train or its contents that did not kill thousands of starving people. For example, a bridge failure might have sent the train into the water. (This "accident" might not have been acceptable because of the damage to the public water supply. Or because it might affect the endangered Korean suckerfish.)
May they rest in peace.
posted on 05/07/2004 7:50:11 AM PDT
(John F. Kerry. Irrational, improvident, backward, seditious.)
"Let's put it this way. Remember the greatest explosion in history. It occurred on Reagan's watch in a remote part of Siberia."
I haven't heard of this. Where can I find out more?
"Remember the greatest explosion in history. It occurred on Reagan's watch in a remote part of Siberia."
Details and links please.
Of course, if Kerry wins in Nov., all preventive measures like this would stop in their tracks. And whatever bad that happened would be Bush's fault ad infinitum.
posted on 05/08/2004 2:40:09 AM PDT
Hey, that story was in National Review in the last 6 months or so. That was a great story!
posted on 05/08/2004 7:19:03 PM PDT
(Impeach the 9th! Please!!)
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