Road to the White House: The Iranian threat (Part I)

Nine presidential hopefuls write to 'Post' about how they would deal with Teheran.

June 7, 2007 12:26
Road to the White House: The Iranian threat (Part I)

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After tens of thousands read the first part of our new feature The Road to the White House - in which leading US presidential candidates answer's questions on matters of importance to Israel and the Jewish world - we are proud to publish question #2, this time about the Iranian threat. As we progress, and as the campaign heats up, our questions will become more and more specific.
Question #2
How would you grapple with Iran's nuclear drive? Contributors:
  • Senator Barack Obama of Illinois (D)
  • Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York (D)
  • Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani of New York (R)
  • Senator Joe Biden of Delaware (D)
  • Senator John McCain of Arizona (R)
  • Former Governor Mitt Romney of Massachusetts (R)
  • Former Senator John Edwards of North Carolina (D)
  • Senator Sam Brownback of Kansas (R)
  • Governor Bill Richardson of New Mexico (D) Click here to read the answers>>>

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