Skip to comments.Why Obama’s Foreign Policy Free Ride Is Over
Posted on 10/10/2012 10:23:24 AM PDT by Morgana
n a forceful and succinct speech on Monday at the Virginia Military Academy, Mitt Romney laid out the clear differences between his foreign policy views and those of President Obama. In actuality, he did much more than that. He demonstrated that between the two of them, only he understands the nature of the world we live in. Obama, starting with his apologetic speech in Cairo in 2009, has been guided by the notion that the force of his own personality and his Muslim ties, along with the pulling back of U.S. leadership from the international community would pacify radical Islamists and buy us credit in the streets of the world. This underlying assumption, as much as his fundamental faith in the effects of Keynesian economics, has proven to be tragically flawed.
The Short Extent of Obamas Foreign Policy
Several months ago I wrote of my frustration that Obama had been given a pass on foreign policy decisions that were weakening us and endangering our country long-term. Everyone, including the Romney campaign, was fixated on the economy. The media had totally bought into the Obama narrative that Obamas foreign policy was his strong suit. Obamas domestic policy could be stated in one sentence General Motors is alive. That policy looked downright comprehensive compared to his foreign policy achievements Osama bin Laden is dead.
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Really? How is it that we are putting troops in Jordan?
This foreign policy bs is just a distraction to Obama’s economic failures, prices rising everywhere, incomes falling, lowest workforce participation ever, Obama added 6 trillion in debt on us which will ensure our collapse , Obama added more debt than all presidents combined , 47 million on foodstamps, 23 million unemployed,gas prices exploding, etc.
It's the Virginia Military Institute!!!
Must be time to collect some donations from the rubes.
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