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What did you make of Obama's response to what he would do if two American cities were attacked

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Hugh Hewitt: In the Democratic debate that preceded yours, Senator Obama was asked what his reaction would be in the even of strikes against two American cities. And I want to paraphrase here, but it was you know, we have to work on our first responders. What did you make of that reaction, Governor Romney?

 

Governor Mitt Romney: Well, it’s obviously a very disappointing and inadequate response. The first thing that comes to mind if we’ve been attacked is one, to defend ourselves, to make sure we’re not going to get attacked anywhere else immediately, to if you will, get our systems us and our arms up to protect us. Number two is to plan a swift and severe retaliatory strike. And then third, of course, is to care for the wounded and others who need help. But my thought is get your arms up to keep the next attack from occurring, and then prepare a swift and severe counterattack.

 

Mitt Romney a day after winning the GOP presidential debate

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