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

It is not like a President can grant every single request that comes across his desk. We only have so many resources.
J. B. Books Wrote: Oct 08, 2012 7:06 PM
you are a lame POS. Have you always been this lame or did you grow in to it?
USNbubblehead Wrote: Oct 08, 2012 7:06 PM
Nonsense!

It has been implicitly stated by officials involved that security assets were REMOVED when an increase was expected.

Look, a sign carrying activist is not someone anyone expects to have any real understanding of these things, sweetie.

Go play with your Che dolls and let the grownups talk, OK?

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...