Paul: ‘I could never support somebody who thinks that it’s funny to say bomb bomb bomb Iran.’

Think Progress
Friday, Sept 19, 2008

On MSNBC today, Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) explained to host Norah O’Donnell that he refused former Sen. Phil Gramm’s entreaties for him to endorse Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) because he disagrees with him “on all the major issues,” especially foreign policy. “I mean I could never support somebody who thinks that it’s funny to say ‘bomb bomb bomb Iran,’” said Paul. “That, to me, is not somebody that I could endorse ever.” Watch it:

 

In April 2007, McCain sang “Bomb bomb bomb, bomb bomb Iran” to the tune of the Beach Boy’s “Barbara Ann” when asked at a town hall “when America is going to ’send an air mail message to Tehran.’”

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