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Analysis: Romney Offers Sharp Critique of Obama's Foreign Policy

anonymous Wrote: Oct 09, 2012 9:25 AM
With the poll saying "Romney crushing Obama among military voters". I wonder how Obama plans to keep them from voting, like Clinton did. Most Military overseas votes for some reason do not make it back to the US in time to be counted?????????????
randerson kemble Wrote: Oct 09, 2012 1:46 PM
I think absent military personnel should be allowed to have a family menber cast their vote by proxy. I said 6 months ago that the absentee ballots would not get tp our troops in time to be returned for counting.

Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney delivered a serious and forceful foreign policy speech at the Virginia Military Institute earlier today, criticizing the atrophy of American influence and alliances over the last four years, and emphasizing the importance of clear-eyed American leadership in the world.  Greg has already flagged one of Romney's more memorable lines, "hope is not a strategy," but there were a number of additional passages worth underlining:


(1) As I discussed earlier, the candidate turned up the heat on the administration over its calamitous handling of the Benghazi attacks, making brief mention of...