Speaking at a conference in Israel, Mitt Romney layed out his five step plan to stopping Iran from going nuclear. The strategy is heavy on economic isolation and sanctions, and he also warned that “the military option remains on the table.”
He concluded his speech with the thunderous:
It is time for the world to plainly speak three truths:
One, Iran must be stopped.
Two, Iran can be stopped.
And three, Iran will be stopped.
Video of the end of his speech here.
An interesting footnote to the video. Ronald Lauder, who appears at the end of the video praising Romney’s speech as “one of the most comprehensive, direct, clear strategies on Iran” was the same Lauder who lost to Giuliani in the bitter 1989 Republican NY mayoral primary.
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