We are, unfortunately, living in a huge madhouse of millions who believe that the their country can bomb any country in the world whenever it wants to. So to gain primary votes from a militarized public, the top three three GOP presidential candidates proudly boast they will to bomb Iran.
On television, they vow to bomb a foreign country, a crime against peace indictable under Nuremberg Principle Six  that automatically became part of the US constitution when it was signed on to.
Promoting war is a Crime Against Peace. At Nuremberg, Nazi media personalities were indicted for promoting war. They stood in the dock right alongside Nazi government officials who ordered the wars and generals who executed criminal orders.
.. . "nations solemnly declare in the names of their respective peoples that they condemn recourse to war for the solution of international controversies, and renounce it, as an instrument of national policy in their relations with one another." 
If Mitt, Newt and Rick were reading this, they would be thinking, 'Why me-worry,' Obama threatened to bomb Iran a million times, even threatened to Iran with nuclear weapons attack speaking before the UN General Assembly.
Do they know the history of what the US has already done to Iran? President Eisenhower ordered the CIA led by Kermit Roosevelt to overthrow its only democratic government in 1953. Iran's popular prime minister had nationalized Iran's oil? Ike didn't bomb Iran openly, merely had the CIA set bombs as part of the successful plot to place a dictator in charge of Iran. Eisenhower got done what the giant US oil companies wanted done. President Reagan backed and financially aided his friend Saddam Hussein's eight year long invasion of Iran and had US spy satellites report the position of defending Iranian troops.
Now what the hell? After all the death and destruction to Iran backed by Reagan and Eisenhower, Americans, accept the idea that the US should bomb Iran? (Sure, Americans are kept ignorant of history by our Wall St. owned "free press.' but Jesus!)
There seems to be no legal problem in bombing Iran? It being against the law, is never mentioned in the hundreds of discussions during the past year of commentators on Network shows like Face the Nation, Charley Rose, World View, etc. Didn't we bomb Korea, Laos, Guatemala, Vietnam, Cambodia, Dominican Republic, Cuba, Panama, Grenada, Lebanon, Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia, Yemen, Pakistan and Libya? (The list is three times as long if one includes CIA clandestine bombs)
An America of tens of thousands of highly educated professionals and millions of caring people is listening to three wealth sponsored pathetically undereducated politicians - pretentiously, boast about what they might do to a militarily weaker nation that will turn citizens of that nation's men, women and children into body parts (as we know is presently being done elsewhere).
How tough they show themselves off to be. Gonna' blow away Iran, beat up on North Korea, Venezuela, Nicaragua and the Palestinians. Are they obliged to do freaky war promotion by their Wall Street backers who require wars as Martin Luther King Jr. taught, "in order to maintain unjust predatory overseas investments"
America's post WW II presidents all committed crimes against humanity in bombing other countries (always poor and relatively defenseless ones), and establishment candidates for president in the land of the brave superpower must show themselves ready to be equally criminal in America's interests (read Wall Street's interests).
But everyone take a step back for a moment - into reality:
America, in the last sixty-five years, has bombed to death millions of people in their own beloved countries, and this has been going on at the same time as sixty-five World Series, NBA Championships, US Opens and forty-five Superbowls. More and more Americans uncomfortable listening to pre-game and half-time salutes to "our troops serving overseas" - the field draped in an enormous Stars & Stripes, stay with reality - keep in mind the whole picture of America. Not only the exciting and entertaining part, but the freaky, and criminally insane part which Wall Street owned commercial media psyop relegates to hard to reach recesses of the mind.