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  •  The policy on Iran (0+ / 0-)

    The biggest non-supporters of the Obama policy on Iran are the radical muslims.  Around the world, it doesn't take a rocket scientist to realize that if Iran had a nuclear weapon capability, they'd most likely use it and that would begin the devastation of not only Mother Earth, but people of BOTH Jewish and Islamic faith.  

    What the difference is between these two guys running for prez is how they would 1) end Iran's nuclear ambitions and 2) react against Iran if they attacked Israel.

    Right now, Iran is heading forward at exponential speed in attaining nuclear weapons capabilities.  The so-called sanctions aren't working.  I haven't seen ANY reports that are legitimate (IOW, aren't political in nature) that show that Iran has stopped their efforts in this regard...or are even slowing down.  There needs to be a change in policy.  We need to be even MORE involved with Israel...even though Obama seems adamant about being more and more involved in helping the Muslim Brotherhood and other groups in that region that have evil intentions against Israel.

    We need a change in how we're handling Iran...and the two men running for president have very different views, I believe, on how that's done.

    The truth is like the can shut it out for a time, but it isn't going away.

    by r2did2 on Fri Sep 14, 2012 at 03:09:37 PM PDT

    •  Do you truly believe the USA (0+ / 0-)

      will EVER allow Iran to develop actual nuclear weapons? No way.
      Obama isn't going to let that happen, and he certainly isn't going to let Netanyahu dictate what we are going to do.

      YES WE DID! November 4th, 2008

      by Esjaydee on Fri Sep 14, 2012 at 04:51:16 PM PDT

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