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What is Our Foreign Policy?

Michael663 Wrote: Oct 25, 2012 8:36 AM
As usual, Mr. Thomas makes a number of utterly valid points, ones which have completely escaped the current (just a few more months) administration in Washington . Among them is this: The danger we face from Islam has nothing at this point to do with whether or not Obama "got" Osama. Dead despots mean nothing. A living, virulent ideology of murder and subjugation means all. Benghazi was no fluke. Cal clarified on another issue as well: American "arrogance" has nothing to do with Islamic extremists. Nor does Israel's existence. That quote from Mashal, the Hamas leader, says it all. When you're facing an enemy that wants nothing but your destruction, you can't "engage" or negotiate. Kudos to Cal Thomas for speaking the truth.

After watching the third presidential debate, are you clear on America's foreign policy? I thought not. That's because there appears to be no singular foreign policy, rather a series of foreign policies, which must be tailored to fit each nation.

I expected Mitt Romney to go after President Obama on his most recent foreign policy failure, the terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, in which four Americans were killed, including the U.S.

ambassador. The president had no explanation as to why there was inadequate security in Benghazi, preferring instead to say only that we are "going after the...