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Old 05-03-2012, 06:34 PM   #133
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Romney and Obama have pretty much the same policy on Iran: that Iran becoming nuclear-armed is not acceptable. So, it's neither a right or left position, just a realistic one.
Last I saw Obama speak he criticized all the GOP candidates talking up war on Iran over this nuke disinformation because he said he had responsibility and that there was progress. The GOP doesn't give two hoots about this progress, they want regime change and the nuke story is just a cover to do it. Same as they did on Iraq.


Like I said, Obama could be lying because he knows it's good for the election. That still tells you what the people think about the GOP on that issue.
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