In the race between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, it is instructive to watch how each candidate for president behaves when the subject of Israel is mentioned. Every four years, citizens running for the highest office in this country feel duty-bound to show off their inexhaustible support for Israel, attempting to persuade the Israelis how, if elected, their approach toward Iran will increase pressure on the Islamic state. Mr. Romney stated on his recent visit to Israel that preventing Iran from obtaining nuclear capability should be America's "highest national security priority," stressing that "no option should be excluded" in the effort. Attempting to demonstrate a tougher stance than his adversary, he added that "we must not delude ourselves into thinking that containment is an option."
Voters need to recognize the faulty direction our country takes when dealing with the Middle East. Two candidates who claim they are fit to lead our country in a positive direction feel compelled to demonstrate to another country that we are willing to enter another war to make safe "one of the strongest countries in the world today." Attacking Iran is a horrendous idea that will result in consequences I do not think U.S. citizens are prepared to face.
That editorial was from "The Baltimore Sun"which said the same thing as Iranian President Ahmadinejad..A vote for Romney or Obama is a vote for war for Israel.
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