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Romney's foreign policy


After stumbling through Britain on a recent tour, Mitt Romney then landed in Israel with bugles sounding and war drums rolling, Iran in his sights.

Now he is critical of President Barack Obama for his alleged weakness in the face of the attack on our consulate in Libya.

As with former President George W. Bush, who sounded the trumpets for the invasion of Iraq, Romney would, of course, be safe in Washington, D.C. while others serve on any new battlefield.

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Denton (Denny) Newman Jr.
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