Think about that. But after Mitt Romney's stupendously stupid, not to mention patently false attacks on President Obama and the U.S. response to the violence in Egypt and Libya, I don't see how we can say different.

Even a Romney campaign adviser who had served in the White House under George W. Bush said:

“[Romney] had forgotten the first rule in a crisis: don’t start talking before you understand what’s happening.”  
That's from a Romney adviser!

Mitt Romney -- the Republican nominee for President -- now has less foreign policy credibility than Sarah Palin. And that's saying something.

Remember what she said?:

Compared to the cringe-inducing remarks from Gov. Palin, what Romney said was far worse because it revealed him not just as someone ill-prepared for the presidency, but someone willing to score political points during a foreign policy crisis, no matter the effect on our country's material interests.

Sarah Palin aside, that's no joke.

Originally posted to Ian Reifowitz on Wed Sep 12, 2012 at 06:11 PM PDT.

Also republished by Jews For President Obama.

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