September 5, 2012

Republicans Can't Be Trusted with National Security

John Kerry, Foreign Policy

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Today, it is the Democratic Party that almost all alone occupies that once bipartisan space in national security policy, and it is the Democratic Party that today offers the clear-eyed vision of how to best honor our ideas in the world, while the Republican Party, too often in the grips of hard-edged ideology and a determination above all else to defeat President Barack Obama, is almost unrecognizable from its previous incarnation.

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TAGGED: Osama Bin Laden, Iraq, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Europe, Mitt Romney, Republican Party, Barack Obama, United States, 2012, John Kerry

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