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Will Romney Push Libya Issue Or Opt For Caution?

Karen573 Wrote: Oct 17, 2012 1:45 PM
I understand your point and concern. Right now we need to defeat Obama and then we shall see what Romney is made of. The good thing is that the people who care most about this country are awake and are hard at work. We will know, we will speak and we will act.
Topeka Wrote: Oct 17, 2012 4:24 PM
Karen - agreed,

the post above reflects my depressed side. Rombama is certainly a man of greater integrity than his opponent, and would likely buck the trend .... iff he believed in us. Certainly his campaign and his book paint him as a "reasonable" guy.

But I've been on the business end of "reasonable" ... I just don't think he can overcome his own blinders.

DANVILLE, KY. -- In the closing days of the 2004 presidential campaign, the New York Times and "60 Minutes" reported that U.S. forces had lost track of hundreds of tons of dangerous munitions in Iraq. The story quickly dominated media coverage, and Democratic candidate John Kerry decided to devote the final stretch of his campaign to slamming President George W. Bush over the issue.

"Our country and our troops are less safe because this president failed to do the basics," Kerry said on the stump, citing "incredible incompetence" in the Bush White House. "My fellow Americans, we can't afford to risk...