October 21, 2011

After Gaddafi, Still Think Obama Is a Wimp?

Jonathan Kay, National Post

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Here’s a proposal for Romney, and all the other GOP politicians who claim to be great patriots, and then make cheap public jibes at their national commander-in-chief during time of war: Go through Obama’s list of foreign-policy accomplishments, going backwards from Gaddafi’s ouster and death, and explain how they are consistent with a President whose aim is to “surrender America’s role in the world.” I really would like to understand how that logic works.

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TAGGED: Muammar Gaddafi, Libya, Anwar al-Awlaki, Osama Bin Laden, 2012, Mitt Romney, United States, Barack Obama

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