Romney means not allowing Iran to get nuclear weapons. Obama just says it. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Fortuna Benmayor
    • 13.01.12 | 12:24 (IST)

    The difference is stark, and Obama's actions were tested in June 2009. Iranians begged for help from the west, just like Jungarians in 1956, Czechs & Slovaks in 1968, but Obama didn't lift as much as a finger. He actually supported Ahmadinejad's suppression, just saying platitudes and generalities. They are 180º opposed alternatives. Obama is clueless, naive and believes in a formula ("engagement") that will never, ever work with Islamist Iran. Romney backs a formula of military power, and has shown his leadership isn't tied up by what's considered politically correct or apologetic about the USA's power on a global scale.

    from the article: A cease-and-desist policy, for now
    First published 06:02 13.01.12 | Last updated 06:02 13.01.12
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