Skip to comments.Obama Warns Romney Not To Attack Him On Foreign Policy,...
Posted on 06/20/2012 6:21:47 AM PDT by SumProVita
Full Title: Obama Warns Romney Not To Attack Him On Foreign Policy, We Have One President At A Time
...because Obama never attacked George W. Bush on his foreign policy when he was president.
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Is he *beginning* to realize that his naivete and tired, old Marxist ideology simply do not achieve anything positive?
It should take about 1.5 seconds to find an example of 0bama “attacking” Bush’s foreign policy while 0bama was a candidate.
But it is okay when obamma did it last election?
Nah, it took about 2.5 seconds:
Barack Obama criticizes Bush as he outlines foreign policy goals
Published: Monday, April 23, 2007
CHICAGO Senator Barack Obama said Monday that even though the global image of the United States had been sullied by the war in Iraq and a “foreign policy based on a flawed ideology,” America must repair its standing in the world and resist the temptation to turn inward.
“America cannot meet the threats of this century alone, but the world cannot meet them without America,” Obama said. “We must neither retreat from the world nor try to bully it into submission - we must lead the world, by deed and example.”
In a speech before the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, Obama presented himself as a presidential candidate “who can speak directly to the world.” After a sharp critique of President George W. Bush, Obama called for increasing foreign aid to developing countries, expanding and modernizing the military and rebuilding fractured alliances.
“This president may occupy the White House, but for the last six years the position of leader of the free the world has remained open,” Obama said. “And it’s time to fill that role once more.”
Sorry zero but your whole record is open for criticism.
He should come out and say something like, "Out of respect for the office of the Presidency, I will not meddle in foreign policy during the campaign like certain candidates did during the 2004 and 2008 campaigns."
Aww.. little Miss Thin-Skin is trying to shield herself from criticism? Tell it to the chaplain... it sounds like a personal problem.
Somebody ping Mitt Romney with the link to this story. Then, if the issue comes up (as the media is surely scheming to do), Romney can counter with it.
As H! said: Partisan criticism is Patriotic.
How about the “invade Pakistan” line he used during one of the debates with McLame?
anyone got a picture of smirky after the 2008 election, trying to take over the country before Bush left office, from his “Office of the President-Elect” podium?
Dictators never like to be criticized. Obviously, this university professor never read what Lincoln’s critics called him. Obama is too thin-skinned to hold this office.
There was once a time in which the parties agreed that, when it comes to foreign policy issues — while a President is meeting with foreign leaders or non-U.S. soil — they’d refrain from politically based criticism.
Well.. then came the mid-2000s... and the dems tossed that agreement away when they unloaded on Bush at every given opportunity... even when he paid that surprise visit to the troops on Thanksgiving in ‘03 in Iraq. Where the opportunities existed, they pounced.
So, now the shoe is on the other foot, and now King Baraqq wants a free pass?
How can anyone attack Obama on foreign policy? - he has none.
Yep, forgot about “office of the President-elect”...
One president at a time, eh?
I guess, in that case, Bush should have just deferred to him and left office early.
obama attacks bush foreign policy
Philadelphia Inquirer - Aug 27, 2008
Aug 28, 2008 Washington (PTI): Throwing his weight behind Barack Obama, US Democratic vice presidential candidate Joseph Biden slammed the foreign policies of Bush ... Mr Obama compared Mrs Clinton's position on Iran to President George W Bush's " foreign policy of bluster and sabre-rattling and tough talk". In 2008, Democrats are eager to attack Bush foreign policy. ... Can the earthy Biden help Obama convince voters that the Democrats are best placed to handle ...
Knife, gun, etc.
More like tell it to the imam.
I guess “surrender” could be considered a policy.
Is it any wonder that the United States isn’t even referenced in end times prophecy?
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