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Round III: Romney Passes Commander-in-Chief 'Eye Test'

DevilDog2531 Wrote: Oct 23, 2012 12:11 AM
2004 Feb. 22 – Iran acknowledged having secretly bought nuclear parts from international sources, although Tehran continued to insist that its goal was electricity production and not nuclear weapons. Apr. 7 – Iran declared its plans to construct a heavy water reactor to produce radioisotopes for medical research. Western envoys warned that the facility could reprocess the spent fuel rods to produce plutonium.
DevilDog2531 Wrote: Oct 23, 2012 12:11 AM
Nov. 30 – Iran said that it had not abandoned its right to enrich uranium and that the suspension was only temporary. European officials hoped to make the suspension permanent in return for trade deals and other incentives.

Dec. 22 – Iran’s intelligence minister announced the arrest of more than 10 people on spying charges. Tehran charged the spies were passing sensitive information on Iran’s nuclear program to the Israeli Mossad and the CIA.
DevilDog2531 Wrote: Oct 23, 2012 12:11 AM
Oct. 6 – Tehran announced that it had produced tons of the hexafluoride gas needed to enrich uranium by converting a few tons of yellowcake uranium.

President Obama and Governor Romney battled to a draw on foreign policy points tonight, with each candidate scoring on several lines.  As expected, the discussion meandered into domestic policy for a large portion of the evening, and both men came prepared with a flurry of talking points.  Romney needed to strike casual viewers are informed, poised, and plausible as president.  He accomplished that task, without question.  The president often seemed like the aggressor, hammering his challenger in almost every answer he gave.  Romney coolly chided Obama, explaining that attacking him (especially dishonestly) doesn't advance any solutions.  The candidates found themselves...