As the GOP candidates hit the circuit on Super Tuesday, President Obama held a press avail of his own. The president criticized the discussion of war on the campaign trail, and the casual way in which the candidates are raising the topic. “Those folks don’t have a lot of responsibilities. They’re not commander in chief,” Obama told the press corps. “This is not a game. There’s nothing casual about it.” The panel in the War Room agreed that GOP candidates need to tone down rhetoric on the subject of war. “The question I want to ask Mitt Romney is, ‘Which one of his sons is going to be first to jump out of the plane over Tehran?’” asks Democratic strategist and War Room guest Donnie Fowler.