Romney Wins Debate
October 22, 2012
Mitt Romney’s plans for the future of America’s foreign policy would be much better than the policies we have seen in the last four years. He brought out, in this debate, how we have lost respect in the world during this last administration.
For example, he explained how that the President went on an “apology tour” during his first days in office. Romney told how that our current leader went to Egypt and other foreign countries to “bad mouth” America.
Also, Romney mentioned that the current resident of the White House went to the Middle-East in his first foreign trip but did not visit our greatest ally in the region: Israel. And to this day, the President has yet to visit the only democracy in that volatile part of the world. By the way, Obama refused to see Benjamin Netanyahu the last time he was in the United States. These things are unthinkable.
Romney, quoting the President’s conversation with Russian leader Medvedev, exposed the statement when Obama told the Russian leader that he would have “more flexibility after the election.” That is a scary statement for our President to have made.
Romney won this debate, and his foreign policy will make our nation safer. And, hopefully, he will continue on to win the general election in November.