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    • joebhed
    • 17.10.07 | 00:54 (IST)

    He's for peaceful coexistence and non-aggression. I know there are a few Israelis out there who are also for peace, but the entire domain schtick is to threaten and attack at every possible chance. In case you didn't read the question it was whether the President would need a declaration from the Congree before he, or she, attacked Iran's nuclear facilities. Just the fact that they are facilities flies in the face of all of those "exigent" circumstances. Since ALL of Iran's nuclear facilities are under the safeguarded inspections of the IAEA, one may want to ask why anyone would want to take military action against them in the first place. Remember the IAEA? They are the ones who said there were no WMDs in Iraq. Now they say there's no evidence of any nuclear weapons program in Iran. Yet the domain is RIGHT there. Threaten! Attack! Ron Paul is right. And this is why he's right.

    from the article: How McCain's position on Iran fared better than Giuliani's
    First published 00:00 16.10.07 | Last updated 00:00 16.10.07
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