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    Neocon McCain Sings for Attack
    Globalism; Posted on: 2007-04-20 11:35:11 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]
    McCain sings 'bomb bomb bomb, bomb bomb Iran'

    David Edwards and Ron Brynaert

    At a stop on Senator John McCain's "Straight Talk" tour, the 2008 presidential candidate decided to respond to a question with some bars of a song, but it is unlikely that Arizona's Republican senator will be reaching the final rounds of Fox's "American Idol."

    Speaking at Murrells Inlet VFW Hall in South Carolina, McCain was asked when he thought the US Military might "send an air mail message to Tehran."

    "McCain began his answer by changing the words to a popular Beach Boys song," the Georgetown Times reports.

    "'Bomb bomb bomb, bomb bomb Iran,' he sang to the tune of Barbara Ann," the paper notes.

    McCain then added, "Iran is dedicated to the destruction of Israel. That alone should concern us but now they are trying for nuclear capabilities. I totally support the President when he says we will not allow Iran to destroy Israel."

    The paper notes that McCain stopped short of answering the actual question and did not say if he supports an invasion of Iran."

    Later, McCain campaign spokesman Kevin McLaughlin told ABC News that the senator "was just trying to add a little humor to the event."

    ABC's report adds, "On a more serious note, however, McCain has long been an advocate of dealing with rogue states aggressively."

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