OH YEAH, I WANT ONE OF THESE NUTS CONTROLLING OUR MILITARY!
Proof isn't required. We now take pre-emptive steps if we THINK someone is a threat. In fact, it is an obligation to eliminate anyone who disagrees with your way of thinking.
There was more unity in the Republican debate in Arizona on February 22, 2012 when the topic turned to foreign policy.
Romney, Santorum and Gingrich reiterated their belief that Iran must be stopped from obtaining a nuclear weapon in order to protect Israel and the United States.
Gingrich said that if Israel feels a threat is imminent, it is acceptable to pre-emptively strike Iran.
"If you think a mad man is about to have nuclear weapons and you think that mad man is going to use those nuclear weapons, then you have an absolute moral obligation to defend the lives of your people by eliminating the capacity to get nuclear weapons," he said.
Romney said the threat of higher gas prices "pales" in comparison with the possibility of Iran obtaining a nuclear weapon.
Meanwhile, Ron Paul would not take action – he would just eliminate most of the federal government and let the chips fall where they may.