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

Uber Dave Wrote: Oct 08, 2012 7:26 PM
HarryReidsSteadfastSterlingLeadership Wrote: 5 minutes ago (7:14 PM) "Again, there is NOTHING wrong with stamps." There is when the federal government is 16 TRILLION in the hole... (For the mentally arthritic, that means the gub'ment must pay off 16 trillion dollars in order to have a dime to give away... ...And even then, they have to take the dime from someone)
Summers Wrote: Oct 08, 2012 7:29 PM
Not always so, Uber. Ben Bernanke, one of the most dangerous men in America, went back to printing thin air dollars a couple of weeks back because the unemployment situation was so 'dire'. Then the BLS came out with 7.8% unemployment, a drop belying Bernanke's prediction and action.
Uber Dave Wrote: Oct 08, 2012 7:32 PM
Printing cash without backing is merely gub'ment sanctioned counterfeiting...

...It worked so well for the Weimar Republic, didn't it?
Summers Wrote: Oct 08, 2012 7:39 PM

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...