Statements about Foreign Policy
Says Obama "refuses to recognize Jerusalem" as the capital of Israel.
"The president's first major foreign policy speech in Cairo was to apologize for our country."
President Ronald Reagan sent troops into conflict "only in one circumstance, which was in Grenada … We were in a peacekeeping setting in Lebanon."
Says U.S. is giving seven Alaskan islands to Russia.
Says Romney had the uniforms for the 2002 Winter Olympic games made in Burma.
"Thousands (in China) owe their jobs to Mitt Romney's companies."
"For his first interview as president, Barack Obama chose Arab TV for an apology."
The United States can immediately tap a domestic energy resource of "more than 1.5 trillion barrels of oil, six times more than Saudi Arabia."
"Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are negotiating with the United Nations about doing a treaty that will ban the use of firearms."
"When we took office, let me remind you, there was virtually no international pressure on Iran."
Says that U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio says troops are leaving Iraq "too fast."
President Obama gave Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood one and a half billion dollars.
"Obama tells Russia that he'll turn over America's defense system to them if re-elected."
Ronald Reagan’s philosophy of "peace through strength" is why "the Iranians released the hostages on the same day and at the same hour that Reagan was sworn in."
"Under President Obama, U.S. security funding for Israel is at an all-time high."
"This president ... could have gotten crippling sanctions against Iran. He did not."
Says in the last 20 years, the French have not "stood by" the United States on foreign policy.
"Eric Holder is supportive of the NAACP's efforts to get the United Nations involved in our elections."
Says Barack Obama "began his presidency going on a worldwide apology tour."
"Mitt Romney, Rick Perry, and Newt Gingrich all say they would cut foreign aid to Israel — and every other country — to zero."
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