Romney campaign slams Obama for call to stop Iran war talk

By HILARY LEILA KRIEGER, JPOST CORRESPONDENT
March 9, 2012 04:50

 
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WASHINGTON – The Romney campaign lashed out at US President Barack Obama Thursday for trying to “squelch debate” on Iran by calling on GOP presidential candidates to tamp down their talk of war.

“President Obama is trying to insulate himself from criticism and declare the Iran issue off-limits because he knows his naïve policies have failed to dissuade Iran from its pursuit of nuclear weapons,” Romney spokeswoman Andrea Saul told The Jerusalem Post.

“The American people will not tolerate his nakedly political attempt to squelch debate on the most pressing national security issue facing America,” she said.



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