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     Romney is trying to look all Presidential by going overseas to meet with blah blah blah -- whoever will meet with him.  

      Today, Romney is supposed to give a non-political Foreign Policy speech to Veterans of Foreign Wars National Convention.  Excerpts from his speech reveal he is planning to let the audience know how secretive he can be:

Romney was to call out Obama's White House for leaks to the media and assure veterans that a Romney administration would keep a tight lid on secret information.
    Romney left out, that the Romney Administration will also keep a tight lid on non-secret information -- in fact, given Romney's secret taxes, secret Massachusetts shredded documents, secret Olympic torched documents, secret Bain employment dates -- Romney is nothing but a walking can of secrets.

     Oh, and get this, Romney's speech includes Republican outrage that President Obama killed Bin Laden -- you know the freak who attacked America on September 11, 2001 while Romney's Foreign Policy Advisors who were too incompetent to keep America safe on 9/11 when they worked for Bush/Cheney Administration as they ignored August 6, 2001 Presidential Daily Brief Intel Titled "Bin Laden Determined to Strike America."

Romney will blast Obama over leaks, including those about the raid that killed al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden ...

ROMNEY: "This conduct is contemptible it betrays our national interest. It compromises our men and women in the field. And it demands a full and prompt investigation, with explanation and consequence."

    Yawn ... sadly, for Americans, Romney's speech does not say a word about the  Foreign Policy that Romney's Foreign Policy Advisors have in store for America if Romney were elected President.  Maybe Romney left any mention of "his" Foreign Policy as Mitt may figure that since Romney's Foreign Policy Advisors were Bush/Cheney Adivsors, Americans know a Romney Administration would give us more Bush/Cheney failed Foreign Policy.
   Romney's speech excerpts made no mention of major foreign policy issues like the conflict in Syria or U.S. relations with Russia and China.
    I read this today and I think it's true:
America does not need a 3rd Bush/Cheney Administration

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