I'd be seriously worried if my president placed the fate of our country in the hands of a foreign nation. "It starts with what does Israel want to do. Seriously? I understand that he is after Jewish money and votes, but I would be concerned with a man who seems willing to let another country formulate your foreign policy. And you can put any other country in place of Israel in that sentence, it wouldn't change a thing. Something is deeply wrong in the U.S. political establishment. Healthy alliance is perfectly understandable, but the way the elections are held in America, it reeks of feudal vassalage more than an alliance. As for Muslim question and Sharia, you do realize that majority of Muslims wouldn't support it and that most Muslim countries don't implement it? Halakha is more practiced in Israel than Sharia in most Muslim countries. Why the phobias? I'm a Muslim and wouldn't like Sharia in my country, but that religious law still has some good points. These candidates should educate themselves on Islam and all the other religions before making insulting comments(even islamophobic) in front of their prospective voters. What happened in Norway was because of ignorance. What happens when a potential president says he doesn't feel good about Muslims in office? How does that affect those on the fringes of society? We've all seen how.
Iranian parliamentary panel gives conditional nod to nuke deal (Reuters)
from the article: Herman Cain: Anyone who messes with Israel, messes with the U.S.