Mitt Romney taps foreign policy, national security advisers

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  1. poncho

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    “America and our allies are facing a series of complex threats,” Romney said in a statement. “To shape them before they explode into conflict, our foreign policy will have to be guided by a strategy of American strength. I am deeply honored to have the counsel of this extraordinary group of diplomats, experts, and statesmen. Their remarkable experience, wisdom, and depth of knowledge will be critical to ensuring that the 21st century is another American Century.”

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    Little wonder Mitt would say "another American century" what with his advisers coming straight out of PNAC, "Project For A New American Century".

    Mitt's advisory team is like a who's who list of authors of the global endless blood and guts war policy (aka the war on terror, and liberty) that's been going on since 9/11.

    Neocons on the loose! Gung ho! Creative destruction! Blood and guts! Take no prisoners!

    God help us.
     
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    Four more years of neocon endless war foreign policy under Mitt. Like 12 years of global murder and insanity wasn't enough under the Bush and Obama regimes.
     
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    Amen and Amen. All we need is a few more disasters brought about through unwarranted military interventions.

    A very wise man once said, "Those who live by the sword die by the sword."

     
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    Well, now that republicans will be running the show, expect the liberals to re-discover their dislike of war.
     
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    If Republicans and neocon advisers would stop starting unwarranted wars Democrats would not have to finish them.

    It is time we tried peace initiatives that that helped people instead of killing them. A wise man said, "Blessed are the peacemakers .........."

    Violence in response to violence results only in more violence.

    Christ never said, "Blessed are the war mongers."
     
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    Again, C.T.Boy, you will NEVER aknowledge Clinton's role in the U.N. wars we now find ourselves mired in. That's what makes you a hack, and your constant partisan "blame-mongering" unworthy of any honest person's time or effort.

    Christ never said "blessed are the partisan hacks" either, my Boy. "Blessed are those who ignore proven facts", and "Blessed are the dishonest blog posters", cannot be found.

    You calling me a warmonger ? That I would call a lie, if'n that wasn't against the rules.
     
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    Yeah they've proven that they'll only support murder if it's for "humanitarian" reasons. Or if the individual being murdered is too tiny or too weak to defend themselves.

    Hypocrites.
     
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    Troll. Again you are trying to misdirect the thread. The thread is about Romney.


    Whoa, you must be feeling really guilty about now.

    Well, tell be. Show me your peaceful, loving side in a few responses.
     
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    1) You are being dishonest. My comment was to poncho. Just because it hit close to home with you is no excuse to be dishonest. And if my post is O/T, then certainly your's is, as well as poncho's. Like I said, something must have rubbed you the wrong way.

    2) Feeling guilty about what ? You are the dishonest one.

    3) My peaceful, loving side, would be to end the Bush, Clinton, Bush, Obama policies of endless war. I would put an end to sanctions that starve populations while leaving corrupt governments in tact. I would stop installing puppet governments over democratically elected ones. I would open up free trade with ALL peoples, empowering populations.
     
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    Trolling again with Poncho. Will you never stop?

    2) Feeling guilty about what ? You are the dishonest one.[/quote]

    Not at all, but you must be as you avoid answers and whine so much.

    Good for you. How would you do this?
     
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    Are you really calling me a troll ?


    Remember, you are the one who's report button happy.
     
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    Apparently you do not know what a troll is. Many of your posts resemble a troll more than anyone else.
     
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    Clinton's foreign policy followed the Republican party line. His domestic policy was less evil.
     
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    The neocon war cabinet of Romney; I'm guessing AT LEAST 75% Jewish:

    Mitt Romney's foreign policy advisers

    SPECIAL ADVISERS
    Cofer Black
    Christopher Burnham
    Michael Chertoff
    Eliot Cohen
    Norm Coleman
    John Danilovich
    Paula Dobriansky
    Eric Edelman
    Michael Hayden
    Kerry Healey
    Kim Holmes
    Robert Joseph
    Robert Kagan
    John Lehman
    Walid Phares

    WORKING GROUPS

    Afghanistan & Pakistan
    James Shinn, Co-Chair
    Ashley Tellis, Co-Chair

    Africa
    Tibor Nagy, Chair

    Asia-Pacific
    Evan Feigenbaum, Co-Chair
    Aaron Friedberg, Co-Chair
    Kent Lucken, Co-Chair

    Counter-Proliferation
    Eric Edelman, Co-Chair
    Robert Joseph, Co-Chair
    Stephen Rademaker, Co-Chair

    Counterterrorism/Intelligence
    Michael Chertoff, Co-Chair
    Michael Hayden, Co-Chair

    Defense
    John Lehman, Co-Chair
    Roger Zakheim, Co-Chair

    Europe
    Nile Gardiner, Co-Chair
    Kristen Silverberg, Co-Chair

    Human Rights
    Pierre Prosper, Chair

    International Assistance
    Grant Aldonas, Co-Chair
    Daniel Runde, Co-Chair

    International Organizations
    Christopher Burnham, Co-Chair
    Paula Dobriansky, Co-Chair
    Robert O'Brien, Co-Chair


    See also:

    Romney’s Foreign Policy Advisers are ‘culled from the pro-Israel Community’
     
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    If they're so "pro Israel" then why is it their policies keep putting Israel in greater danger by radicalizing and arming her enemies? I wouldn't call them friends of Israel or the United States. I'd call em what they are chickenhawk warmongers bent on creating some new American Century or Uni Polar World as they say in their documents by violent means at any cost and at everyone's expense but their own.
     
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    Why would 'The Lobby' send 13,000 delegates to Congress in one single day to advance a referendum forcing the president's hand on Iran, ESPECIALLY in light of the fact that the backlash from an airstrike would outweigh the benefits?

    Would you agree that the majority of them are Jewish?

    Link to documents?
     
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    Because they can?

    Of that there is little doubt.

    Project For A New American Century.

    Rebuilding America's Defenses.

    Which Path To Persia. "Options for a New American Strategy"

    Commentary on "Which Path To Persia."

    While the corporate owned media has the plebeians arguing over whether or not Iran should have nuclear weapons or if it intends to commit genocide against the Jews (the largest population of Jews in the Middle East outside of Israel actually resides in Iran), the debate is already over, and the war has already quietly begun. Before it began, however, someone meticulously meted out the details of how it would unfold. That "someone" is the mega-corporate backed Brookings Institute.

    Then there's . . .

    The Foreign Policy Initiative.

    The Heritage Foundation.

    American Enterprise Institute.

    Yeah there's plenty more of these corporate funded neocon nests but I'm pretty tired of looking em up.

    Here's a little sumthin about these corporate funded "Think Tanks".

    Think Tank Watch

    There's another important document the name of which escapes me at the moment, I've read so very many of them these few here are like a drop in the bucket.

    I'll think of it sooner or later.
     
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    Thanks for those links! I'm reading now.
     

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