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Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Final campaign debate: Obama: "Iran does not have nuclear weapons as long as President"

President Barack Obama strongly challenged Mitt Romney on foreign policy in the third and final campaign debate Monday night, saying that " every time you offered an opinion has been wrong . " The Republican said coldly: " attack is not an agenda . " With the two men seated at a semicircular table, the first moments of the debate did not produce any of the allegations and few disruptions that marked the debate last week . But there were no matches on Libya ,  Syria , Russia  and other national security issues at the meeting at Lynn University. 

On Iran, Obama was blunt: " As long as U.S. president Iran will not get a nuclear weapon . It would be a threat to our security and that of Israel. The work we did in terms of sanctions has worked . Iran gives the option of taking the diplomatic and face a world united. wanted all participating countries, to Russia and China, because if we do together will be more important . " It would be a mistake to attack Iran , "he continued, but added:" I will be with Israel if attacked . " And, after denying that there is a one to one dialogue with Tehran, concluded: "The Iranians must convince the international community that stopped their program and submit to inspections. 're not going to stop putting pressure ". Romney pledged to help Israel if president, saying "there is no doubt the ability of Iran to have nuclear weapons." "It is a threat to our friends and us. dissuade We need to not have weapons . You have to accuse Ahmadinejad of terrorist, I will ensure that Iran does not go to any international convention. The military option is the last resort. " "The president said that things are going so well. But I see Iran near a pump. For thejihadists increasing in number and Syria with 30 people dead, "he added.

Obama responded by recalling some contradictions of its rival. "You refer to topics like talking to the Israelis but never before said he would, in the same way that says it should have ended the war in Iraq and it was crazy to go after Khadaffi. said we should not move heaven and earth to go after Bin Laden"listed. Facing criticism of Romney Stadium for showing weak States to Iran, the president rebuked him: "When we speak of these sanctions, the toughest of the story, where was you? was investing in a Chinese company doing business with Iran " Romney said that despite early hopes, the fall of regimes in Egypt , Libya and elsewhere over the past year has generated "a rising tide of chaos." He said the president has failed to integrate a coherent policy to deal with the change that has swept the Middle East, adding ominously that a group like Al-Qaeda has taken over the north of Mali. Anticipating one of the most frequent statements of the Obama campaign, Romney said of the man sitting next to him: " I am pleased to have eliminated Osama bin Laden and attack the leadership of Al-Qaeda. But we can, through killings, out of this mess .... We must have a comprehensive strategy. "

Obama replied that he had ended the war in Iraq , it was on track to end U.S. combat operations in Afghanistan and had promised to bring to justice those who attacked the U.S. embassy in Benghazi last month, an attack that the ambassador left the country died in Libya and three other Americans. Although it was expected that both reprise their crosses for the attack on the U.S. embassy in Benghazi , where the theme was suggested by the moderator Obama and Romney were diverted to discuss the Arab Spring .

"We need to see a total change in the Middle East , more hopeful, to allow more participation. But we have seen a number of very disturbing events, "said McCain. "We have to make the Muslim world reject the extremists alone , do not want another Iran, "he added. Obama for his part defended the work his administration is facing the events in Syria."What we have done is to organize the international community by agreeing that Bashar al Assad must go , "he said but added that" the Syrians will end what should make the decision. "What we see is that the opposition to help-this is a very risky step, we must first be completely sure that we are helping our friends and we are not giving weapons to our enemies," he said. Coincidentally, Romney said he wanted a military intervention there. "The right course is to identify the organized opposition in Syria and help in the form of advice. Those who are responsible should be armed . We have to be friends with that tomorrow will govern responsibly, "he said. Romney hit Obama for saying during the campaign that Russia is the enemy number one geopolitical United States . "Governor, when it comes to our foreign policy seems to want you policies the 1980s, as you want to import the social policies of the 1950s and the economic policies of the 1920s , "he said.

The confrontation at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida, which lasted 90 minutes, the candidates offered their last chance to measure themselves against each other tens of millions of Americans. Both devoted their weekends to prepare , a sure sign of the importance given to this event. The meeting, which focused on foreign policy, came when two weeks before the day of the election and at a time when the polls show a very close campaignApart from the final debate, both candidates intend to embark on a whirlwind campaign for the last two weeks. The president is scheduled to speak in six states over a two-day trip that starts Wednesday and includes a night aboard Air Force One while flying from Las Vegas to Tampa. Romney seeks to visit two or three states per day.


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