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Would you use a tactical nuclear weapons to stop Iran from developing a nuclear bomb

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Would you use a tactical nuclear weapons to stop Iran from developing a nuclear bomb?

 

Governor Romney, I want to get you on the record. Do you agree with the mayor, the governor, others here, that the use of tactical nuclear weapons, potentially, would be possible if that were the only way to stop Iran from developing a nuclear bomb?

 

Mitt Romney: You don’t take options off the table. But what you do is stand back and say, “What’s going on here?” Do you see what’s happening in Sudan and Afghanistan, in Iran and Iraq? All over the world we’re seeing the same thing happening, and that is, people are testing the United States of America.

 

This is a great point. No one else, that I have seen, is seeing this as a strategy on the other side. This is the way we have to see it... death by the lilliputians.

 

And we have to make sure they understand that we’re not arrogant. We have resolve. And we have the strength to protect our interests and to protect people who love liberty. For that to happen, we’re going to have not just to attack each one of these problems one by one, but say, “How do we help move the world of Islam so that the moderate Muslims can reject the extreme?” And for that to happen, we’re going to have to have a strong military and an effort to combine with our allies in such a way —

 

MR. BLITZER: Thank you.

 

Why didn't he just wait till the end of the sentence?

 

MR. ROMNEY: — that we combine for an effort to help move Islam towards modernity.

 

That’s what we’re going to have to do instead of looking at each theater one by one and saying: We’ll bomb here, we’ll attack here, we’ll go to Sudan.

 

MR. BLITZER: Thank you.

 

MR. ROMNEY: I watched the Democrats. They don’t think there’s a war on terror.

 

MR. BLITZER: Thank you.

 

MR. ROMNEY: There is a war going on, and we need a broad response to make sure that these people have a different vision.

 

MR. BLITZER: All right. Thank you, Governor. (Applause.)

 

Romney: A Strong America In The World

 

Debate Questions for Governor Mitt Romney from the 3rd Debate:

  1. Was it a mistake for us to invade Iraq?
  2. Would you use a tactical nuclear weapons to stop Iran from developing a nuclear bomb?
  3. How do you respond to Mccain's accusation that you are pandering on immigration?
  4. What would you do with the 12 million illegal immigrants who are in this country?
  5. Why should people who oppose abortion believe you are pro-life?
  6. What would you like to say to the voters about your faith?
  7. Is there too much of an alliance between big oil companies and Republicans?
  8. Do you believe that gays should be able to serve openly in the military?
  9. What do you say to conservatives who are critical of your health care plan?
  10. Why are you airing ads in spanish if you think English should be the official language?
  11. What would you do to include moderate Republicans and independents?

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