Mitt Romney flunks his foreign-policy tryout

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  1. Crabtownboy

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    He just isn't ready ............

     
  2. mandym

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    Romney did the right thing by casting doubts on the security of the Olympics. That showed that he is willing to take a stand when he knows something is wrong. His experience with the Olympics makes him very credible on that issue.

    Romney spoke eloquently and correctly in Israel. the Globe piece is a hack job with statements like " Yet Romney made no mention of a principal reason for that disparity — Israel’s military occupation of the West Bank since June 1967."

    In the end Romney has more experience and credibility than Obama who has done nothing but fumble his entire Presidency.
     
  3. targus

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    Oh gosh...

    The liberal, Democrat, in the tank, extension of the Obama propoganda, kool-aid drinking, media doesn't like Romney !

    What or what is one to think? :laugh:
     
  4. LadyEagle

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    Gee, the only foreign policy experience obama had was Kenya and Indonesia.

    Seems Mitt Romney is off to a great start! :thumbs:
     
  5. targus

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    Romney had a very successful trip...

    He showed support for Israel that Obama is afraid to show by saying that Israel picks their capital city - not other countries. And especially not their enemies.

    He met with Lech Walesa who endorsed Romney and said that his country's success against their oppressive government was in part due to the support of the U.S. - which stands in stark contrast to Obama's snubbing of the people of Syria.

    Obama's apology tour was nothing in comparison.
     

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