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Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright spoke at a Women for Obama rally in Dublin, Ohio on Sunday, declaring that there's, "just nothing going on," with Republican nominee Mitt Romney.

DUBLIN, OH – Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright said her impression after attending a recent Mitt Romney speech is that "there's just nothing going on" with the Republican presidential nominee. She said his understanding of foreign policy not only lacks depth but diminishes U.S. standing abroad.
"He is so two-dimensional. I mean, up close and personal, there's just nothing going on," she said.

Speaking at a Women for Obama rally here just outside of Columbus, OH on Sunday, Albright told the crowd that she had recently been on hand when Romney delivered his address at the Clinton Global Initiative in New York.

Yikes!  That's pretty strong stuff coming from Madeleine Albright.  But wait, there's more:
"It's the sense that I've had throughout the campaign that it's unclear what [Romney] really believes in," Albright told reporters after the event. "I think when you contrast him with President Obama, who also gave a speech later there, and President Clinton, who spoke several times there, there is not, kind of, a sense of depth."
She's got that right.  I mean, does Mitt Romney actually believe or stand for anything?  Oh wait, I forgot, he believe in tax cheats and tax breaks for the wealthy.  Okay, so he does believe in something.

In any case, it's nice to see someone of Madeleine Albright's stature puncture the hot air balloon that is Mitt's candidacy.  

Here is a link to the full article:  http://firstread.nbcnews.com/...

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