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Lead or Get Out of the Way – Mitt Romney and his foreign policy

October 9, 2012 at 5:00 am / by

About Tina Drake

Arizona PolitiChick Tina Drake is a wife and mother, who earned a degree in Communication from the University of Arizona, where her love for politics grew during college.  Tina is a contributing blogger to www.GirlfriendsAtCentral.com.
 

Mitt Romney gets it.  It is fully evident that he understands how to think through the needs of this country and make a plan to bring America back from where we have gone in recent years with our foreign policy.

The liberal population of America can confidently say, that in the realm foreign policy, our citizens allowed the progressive experiment of hands off, friend based foreign relations to be tried the past four years and it didn’t work.

It is time to take a stance of carefully planned, thought through strategies to not only bring security to our nation but to our allies.

In Mitt Romney’s foreign policy speech, given at the Virginia Military Institute, Romney sounded like a Commander in Chief, with a plan.

Many I am sure, would say he was harkening back to the days of American supremacy in the world of foreign policy and then spin that to mean American wants to dominate and occupy all areas of the world.

I think if those who take that stand would listen, with unbiased ears, what you will hear is a man who wants to protect our country as well as help our longtime allies and bring to the forefront those countries whose aim is not nuclear independence, yet nuclear destruction of others.

Romney gave attention to the question so many of us have been asking in recent weeks: “How does this happen?”  How was America once again attacked by forces attached to Al-Qaeda and then our current leadership denies the attack’s true label, terrorism.

Mr. Romney didn’t dwell on this point but used it as a springboard to address how we have lost track of American exceptionalism.

Finally.

At last, someone has come out and publically called for us to move into our rightful place.

Exceptionalism is not arrogance; as the left would have so many make us feel it is.

Exceptionalism is giving credit to God for the gifts He has given all of us who are a part of this great land.  Whether some want to give credit or not, God has blessed America with opportunities and ideas that other countries haven’t been blessed with and if we don’t use these ideas and help the rest of the world come to see a more

 
 

Tina Drake

Arizona PolitiChick Tina Drake is a wife and mother, who earned a degree in Communication from the University of Arizona, where her love for politics grew during college.  Tina is a contributing blogger to www.GirlfriendsAtCentral.com.

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  • Lainie Sloane

    Enjoyed the article, Tina. Thank! Love the last paragraph. We need a strong leader considering a Russian plane was in our airspace last June off the coast of California and had to be “chased” off by our military in addition to a submarine that went unnoticed off the coast of Georgia a couple of months later.

  • http://www.facebook.com/annmariemurrell Ann-Marie Murrell

    Can’t wait for the foreign policy debates–I’m beyond curious how Obama will explain his insane choices the past 4 years, other than saying “I killed Bin Laden” over & over…

 
 
 
 

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