ROMNEY TO OBAMA - "HOPE IS NOT A STRATEGY"
In a refreshing change Mitt Romney delivered a strong well thought out American exceptionalism foreign policy speech at the Virginia Military Institute. Expressing that, "hope is not a strategy," Romney showed a strong understanding of foreign policy and world affairs and how it affects our Nation and our Nations stance of leadership though strength and power. Rather than outline the entire speech listen to this excellent foreign policy message from Romney in the above video.
Immediately the Obama campaign and the left began blasting Romney on his, "lack," of foreign policy experience and the four years of so called experience that Obama has because of his four years in office. First, I don't recall when Obama was running for office in 2008 anyone on the left complaining about Obama's complete lack of foreign policy experience.
Now after four years of supposed, "experience," Obama's foreign policy is being shown as an absolute failure with the Middle East exploding, our Ambassador dead with three others and Al Qaeda and the Taliban rebuilding after being almost destroyed by President Bush. With Obama constantly bragging that, "he," got bin Laden with no credit to the real heroes, Navy Seal Team 6.
The reality of any Presidential run is that all challenger have little or no foreign policy experience since the so called experience comes with the responsibilities of the Office of President. Foreign policy is more an understanding of world affairs and how they affect our Nation and our Nations responsibility and leadership in world affairs.
Romney as show in his speech has a better understanding of foreign policy now than Obama has after supposedly having four years of experience. If Obama's foreign policy is the prove of what experience in foreign policy brings, give me the inexperience and understanding of Romney any day.