Foreign policy

The conventional wisdom is that Obama has the edge in tonight’s debate. No, not because a liberal “news” person is moderating it, but because foreign policy, the topic of the debate, is supposed to be Obama’s strength.

I suppose it’s because he personally killed Bin Laden with his bare hands.

But, I see an advantage for Obama for another reason: Who knows more about foreign things than a foreigner?

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  1. Yes, Obama’s foreign policy has been brilliant: Apologize, bow, apologize more, help the Muslim Brotherhood take over countries, attack our two biggest allies. Certainly nothing there to attack in a debate.

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  2. @Calcpa — silly teabagger, did you not know. the occupant killed bin laden. That is good. Brian Terry and Ambassador Stevens were Bushes fault. Get your facts straight teabagger!!11!1!1
    /joey biden

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  3. In foreign policy Obama can claim the high ground for being the only president bold enough to bow low before foreign heads of state. No prior POTUS has bowed so low, stooping, but never conquering.

    Obama, no doubt, in tonight’s debate, will go on the offensive from the start, claiming that his predecessor never bowed, and that Romney is eager to return to the no-bowing policies of the past.

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  4. Mitt Romney should just show up with a power point presentation of Obama bowing to the various leaders, waving his hand in front of a few, talking during “God Save The Queen”, the empty chair he offered Netanyahu, and his record of attendance at security briefings….just to name a few !

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