Romney on Foreign Policy

by Ryan on October 8, 2012

in Election 2012,International Relations,Israel,Media Bias,Politics,War on Terror

Giving a major foreign policy speech at the Virginia Military Institute today, Mitt Romney took it to President Obama, saying amongst other things that “Hope is not a strategy” while calling Obama out on the 9/11 Libya attack and Obama’s foreign policy drift.

Predictably, the Obamabots in the MSM immediately panned it, calling it vague.  I thought it was pretty good, drawing distinctions while staying on offense.

Well, the Obama Nation should be concerned — the latest round of polls show a distinct post-debate bounce for Romney.  While a great sign, I’m not ready to call it a “surge in the polls” until I see it sustained throughout the week into Thursday’s Ryan/Biden debate.

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