qorkfiend: Does Romney have a reason why we shouldn't have a plan for leaving Afghanistan?
quatchi: They said Obama was naive to tell Pakistan that he would take out Bin Laden with or without their assistance.How'd that work out again?"Naive" is pretty much the definition of anyone thinking about voting for Gordon Gekko here.Saying what you are going to do and then doing is how you garner credibility in this world.Apparently, the GOP have forgotten this.
Soup4Bonnie: Romney's foreign policy experience stems from his extensive background cycling around Paris during the Viet Nam war.
namatad: Is interesting that Romney was in favor of the Viet Nam draft. Especially since he was exempt from it.
Free_Chilly_Willy: I thought department officials were supposed to keep out of politics./change!!!
SpeedyBB: Want to get scared? Just peep at the Wikipedia summary of the LDS, and then look at Rmoney's own history. And consider how anyone but a real coon hunter or KKK devotee would consider holding their nose and voting for such a gold-plated weird-o.
sirgrim: The country should be ran like a business. Listening to these foreign interests is counter-intuitive. We don't cater to them. We cater to the shareholders (read: taxpayers.)
TimonC346: I'm a liberal, and definitely voting for Obama, but I still want to know why Romney's chosen points to attack have been either barely effective or completely ineffective. Obama isn't infallible, right? Or is he just Romney-resistant?
way south: We don't need to know when we're leaving Afghanistan.We need to know how they plan to leave it in a manner that doesn't lead to a Taliban resurgence and a new regional disaster.
Rann Xerox: Romney is Gordon Gekko, Paulie Walnuts AND Joe Isuzu combined.
way south: We need to know how they plan to leave it in a manner that doesn't lead to a Taliban resurgence and a new regional disaster.
Bhruic: Ok, so what was Romney's plan then? If announcing when you are leaving is naive, I assume you don't announce when you are leaving? Leaving aside the tactical implications of that, what does he expect that to accomplish? Say they magically pulled it off, does he think the Taliban isn't going to notice they are gone? Or that the allies aren't going to notice that they suddenly are lacking a lot of support?
Xyphoid: if we want the Taliban to be dissolved we should see if Rmoney could oversee Bain Capital to acquire it.
Delay: TimonC346: I'm a liberal, and definitely voting for Obama, but I still want to know why Romney's chosen points to attack have been either barely effective or completely ineffective. Obama isn't infallible, right? Or is he just Romney-resistant?R-money is wealthy, purchased the candidacy, surrounded himself with sycophants that only know how to agree with him, but is a crappy politician.I await his violent meltdown where he lets loose his well documented bad temper and, on camera, attempts to choke to death a reporter in Tampa Bay, very likely a woman.
Delay: way south: We need to know how they plan to leave it in a manner that doesn't lead to a Taliban resurgence and a new regional disaster.WTF. While there, the US has led to a Taliban resurgence and a regional disaster
Coco LaFemme: Mitt Romney is exactly like that wacky character in every 80s sitcom who doesn't speak English as a native language, and every time they open their mouths, some hilarious misspeak or malapropism comes flying out.
ExperianScaresCthulhu: Why is R-money running, again? Is his heart into this?
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