When Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney traveled overseas, he gave us a glimpse into his dealings with foreign officials, citizens and his perspective of the world and how it relates to America in general. Romney is a well traveled man, so we have to wonder what more could he learn about diplomacy between now and voting day. A new television ad for Obama was just released hitting the candidate for actions while visiting England, Israel and Poland.
The narrator begins, “Reckless, amateurish—that’s what news media and fellow Republicans called Mitt Romney’s gaffe-filled July tour of England, Israel and Poland. When our U.S. diplomats were attacked in Libya. The New York Times said Romney’s knee-jerk response ‘showed an extraordinary lack of presidential character.’ And even Republican experts said Romney’s remarks were ‘the worst possible reaction to what happened.’ If this is how he handles the world now just think what Mitt Romney might do as president.”
“Even Republican experts said Romney’s remarks were ‘the worst possible reaction to what happened” yet this is dismissed by Romney supporters. What would Mitt have done differently? Gathering intel/information first before taking action, was the correct decision. One wrong decision could have been the cataclysm for an all out war.
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