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Seriously? AP Suggests Rommey Needs 'Diplomacy 101' After Quip About Spain

derac Wrote: Oct 08, 2012 8:29 AM
Tell the Romney campaign not to get "too-hawkish" in his foreign policy speeches, Have a strong-but-cautious-balanced-approach, It won't sit-sell-well with the all important swing-states, carefully-watching-discerning, undecided, on the fence, Independent, women. Libertarn, Constn-Prty, voters, if M-R suddenly gets "too-hawkish" in his foreign policy speeches, instead of portraying the current-trending-popular-concensus, strong-but-cautious-balanced-foreign-policy-approach ! Tell M-R just don't overdo it, Everyone wants a Strong-Powerful-Massive-High-Tech-Conventional, National-Homeland-Security-Defense, Large-multi-front-capable-prepared-Military, But they'd rather not have to hear "So-Much" about "US-ME-Military-intertvention !"

It's getting ridiculous. Apparently, Romney hurt Spain's feelings by suggesting the American economy might not want to end up like the one in Spain, and the AP then suggested Romney might take advantage of 'Diplomacy 101' should he become president.

First, the AP account:

WASHINGTON (AP) — If Mitt Romney becomes president, he might need a crash course in Diplomacy 101.

He irritated Britons and Palestinians during a summer tour abroad and has declared Russia to be America's No. 1 geopolitical foe. Just last week, the Republican candidate, who plans a foreign policy speech Monday, raised...