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The 11 Show, starring me, will discuss last night's debate and Mitt Romney's presentation of a "humble foreign policy" last night in the mold of George W. Bush in 2000. Romney's lack of interest and knowledge was on shocking display last night.It was George W. Bush all over again. And Romney is advised by the same crew that brought us the most disastrous  8 years in the history of American foreign policy.

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Originally posted to Armando on Tue Oct 23, 2012 at 07:44 AM PDT.

Also republished by Daily Kos Radio.

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  •  The idea that Romney is borrowing (0+ / 0-)

    from Bush's playbook on a "humble foreign policy" is spot on.  Romney last nigh betrayed that his foreign policy "expertise' is limited to talking points, many of which he mangled.  For example,  much is being made of Mitten's assertion that Syria is Iran's "path to the sea". First of all, geography: Syria and Iran do NOT share a common border. Secondly, Iran's path to the sea is the Persian Gulf (also the Caspian Sea).

    What happened here is that Romney mixed up two talking points. One is that Syria is a client state of Iran, the other is that Syria, as a former Soviet client state, and curently a client of Russia,  has fulfilled Russia's long sought after desire for a warm water port on the Mediterranean. He conflated the two, and, all of a sudden, "Syria is Iran 's path to the sea". This conflation shows the total lack of depth of knowledge and understanding from this clown.

    Ultimately, the only thing that matters with respect to preserving choice is who will be nominating the next Supreme Court Justices.

    by Its the Supreme Court Stupid on Tue Oct 23, 2012 at 08:17:41 AM PDT

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