October 28, 2012

Romney Right on U.S. Navy

Boston Herald, Boston Herald

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What matters is whether the Navy has enough ships of adequate capabilities to carry out its tasks. It does not.

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TAGGED: navy, U.S. Navy, Barack Obama, Mitt Romney, 2012

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