Statements about Foreign Policy
Says Romney said "we should ask Pakistan for permission" to take a shot at Osama bin Laden.
Says Barack Obama was silent on Iran "when the students took to the streets in Tehran and the people there protested, (and) the Green Revolution occurred."
"Pakistan has 100 nuclear warheads and they’re rushing to build a lot more. They’ll have more than Great Britain sometime in the relatively near future."
"Latin America’s economy is almost as big as the economy of China."
"A few months ago when you were asked what's the biggest geopolitical threat facing America, you said Russia."
Says Barack Obama began his presidency "with an apology tour."
Says President Obama waited two weeks to call the attack in Libya "terror."
Paul Ryan "cut embassy security in his budget by $300 million below what we asked for."
Says the Obama administration "watered down sanctions" against Iran, delayed them and tried to stop Congress "from putting the tough sanctions in place."
"We weren't told they wanted more security " for diplomatic facilities in Libya.
The Obama administration "called Bashar Assad a reformer when he was turning his Russian-provided guns on his own people."
Says Obama was in New York City the same day as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu but went on a TV show instead of meeting with him.
"When Congress voted to condemn Iran for sentencing a Christian pastor to death, (U.S. Rep. Lois) Capps was the only member who voted no."
A poll conducted in Egypt revealed that 80 percent of Egyptians oppose receiving foreign aid from the United States.
"President Obama decided not to meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in New York."
Says Obama adviser David Plouffe took "large piles of cash" from a joint venture partner of a company owned by Iran’s Revolutionary Guard.
Barack Obama "refuses to acknowledge Jerusalem as the capital of Israel."
"Seven times Obama could have stopped China's cheating. Seven times, he refused."
Says he and Mitt Romney "always said that we agree with the 2014 deadline" for leaving Afghanistan.
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