“If You Like Your Nukes, You Can Keep Your Nukes”

Mitt Romney says Iran ‘will have a nuclear weapon’ if Obama reelected

Posted by Philip Rucker at 03:25 PM ET, 03/04/2012

SNELLVILLE, Ga. – Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney warned voters here Sunday that if President Obama were elected to a second term, “Iran will have a nuclear weapon and the world will change.”

Mitt Romney says Iran ‘will have a nuclear weapon’ if Obama reelected – The Washington Post

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10 Responses to “If You Like Your Nukes, You Can Keep Your Nukes”

  1. R. de Haan says:

    All thanks to the MSM propaganda machine serving Obama and his administration.

    Just listen to the Cold War speech to the press made by Kennedy in 1961 and know how deep we have fallen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zdMbmdFOvTs

  2. R. de Haan says:

    Disagreements within hours after signing the Iran deal

    What could ever go wrong?

  3. bobmaginnis says:

    If Obama was obedient to AIPAC, like so many of our politicians, you would blame him for bombing Iran. Time for our politicians to put our USA first, instead of Israel first.

  4. Pathway says:

    Blame it on the Jews instead of the Little Dictator.

  5. R. de Haan says:

    The driver behind the Iran deal is the position of the US dollar as the world’s reserve currency.
    This position is undermined by the sanctions because Iran started to trade oil for gold.
    The oil trade between China and Iran (and Turkey) that continued despite the sanctions emboldened China to further divert from dollar based trading as they announced that Chinese oil futures would be traded in Yuan.

    The Chinese (and the moronic UN) are calling for a new reserve currency for years now simply because the dollar has lost it’s stability, steadily loosing value.

    That’s why they already closed a pact with Russia to perform their trading debased from US dollar currency.

    With the US dollar value under ever rising pressure the current deal with Iran is nothing more but a desperate attempt to buy time.

    Thanks to the secret negotiations and the lame agreement with Iran, Netanyahu, The United Emirates, Qatar and Saudi Arabia now know they are on their own, a position that leaves them with one single option.

    Any military intervention between Israel and Iran (with support from Saudi Arabia) has the potential to trigger a global economic crises and the collapse of a whole series of currencies.

    But that’s not all.

    While the Iranian negotiations were underway China further escalated the dispute with Japan over a few rock islands that mark a huge oil reserve.

    And so we find ourselves in a situation where we are forced to play Russian roulette with a gun that has bullets in all chambers.

    Also read: It’s worse than you think:

    • I’m not sure why a war with Iran triggers a global economic crisis when wars in or with Kuwait, Iraq, Libya and Syria didn’t. Let’s put the revolution in places like Egypt aside…

      • R. de Haan says:

        Remember what happened with the stock market on both Iraqi invasion events?
        Remember what happened with the oil price?

        In 1991 we had a different world. Today most of the governments are sinking in debt and the banks have been leveraged by 33 : 1.
        And that’s without the burden of toxic derivates liabilities still floating over the world’s financial and economic system.A Sword of Damocles so to say. In short, the economy is already vulnerable.

        Saudi Arabia is still a major oil exporter and they risk direct retaliation because Israel won’t be able to fly raids on Iran without making use of Saudi airfields and Saudi logistic support.

        Besides that we have a very high risk of escalation.

  6. Andy Oz says:

    Outstanding headline! ROTFLMAO!

  7. Okie says:

    Obama: Iran is a tiny country that “doesn’t pose a serious threat. Just like nucs are tiny weapons.

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