Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Bomb 'em back to the stone age? Cain says yes

Herman Cain is my hero.  Blunt, truthful and a critical thinker his remarks may not make friends in high places, but it resonates with a great many people here in America, and many abroad as well.  I believe he speaks for many on Capitol Hill who are too scared to say what they really believe.

Thank you, Herman and may your voice only grow louder.

From The Washington Times July 18 by Ben BIrnbaum

Cain: I would attack Iran to protect Israel

Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain said Monday he would attack Iran to prevent it from acquiring nuclear weapons or to respond to aggression against Israel.
Asked if he agreed with former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton’s contention that the “only realistic alternative … is to use force preemptively against Iran’s nuclear weapons program” since diplomacy has failed, Mr. Cain said he did, with one caveat.
“There would be some other pieces of information I would need before I gave that order, but I’m saying that would be Option B,” Mr. Cain said during an interview with editors and reporters at The Washington Times.
Option A is, ‘Folks, we are not going to allow you to attack Israel‘ … If they call my bluff, they already know — they will know — what Option B is.”
Mr. Cain said that, as commander-in-chief, he would “make it crystal clear [that] if you mess with Israel, you’re messing with the United States of America,” but stressed that his “Cain Doctrine” would not be a “blank check” for Israeli military action.
“There will be a set of conditions and circumstances that I will work with Israel on for them to understand that they cannot abuse that doctrine,” said Mr. Cain, a former CEO of Godfather’s Pizza.
However, if Israel is ever attacked first by Iran, he said he is “not going to sit back and get a vote from the United Nations as to what we ought to do.”

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1 comment:

Zener said...

Let's have equality for all! If Iran is allowed to take Israel off the map, then maybe we should be allowed to take Iran off the map.

Bummer the American public, (the west) et al. could not stomach such an idea. I kinda like the eye for an eye thing.