The GOP field is in a tizzy, but these canned statements are less about the right strategy for American foreign policy than they are transparent attempts to outflank their competitors through fear-mongering. Consider the sources. It took Jeb Bush 13 years and one painfully long week to figure out whether invading Iraq was a good idea. Marco Rubio’s answer on the same question was harder to follow than Richard Kimble. And Scott Walker is the guy who thinks he can beat ISIS because he took on teachers and firefighters, and that foreign policy achievement amounts to firing air traffic controllers.
Read the red meat, or just skip right to this classic GOP hit, “Bomb bomb bomb, bomb bomb Iran”:
“The nuclear agreement announced by the Obama Administration today is a dangerous, deeply flawed, and short sighted deal.
“A comprehensive agreement should require Iran to verifiably abandon […]Read more after the jump.