In the final debate, Mitt Romney agreed with almost every Barack Obama’s foreign policy. He even congratulated Obama “on taking out Osama bin Laden and going after the leadership in Al Qaeda.” Then he went on about making peace: “Our purpose is to make sure the world is more—is peaceful. We want people to be able to enjoy their lives and know they’re going to have a bright and prosperous future, not be at war.” A man who proposes to increase 2 trillion dollars in military is now talking about peace? Now that is a true case of Romnesia.
Obama dominated the debate last night and proved that he has the intelligent to take on foreign issues. His response to Romney’s lies were quite aggressive with lines like, “Governor Romney, you keep trying to airbrush history” and “Your strategy previously has been one that has been all over the map.” When Romney falsely accused him of the “apology tour,” he fired back, “the biggest whopper that’s been told during the course of this campaign.” Romney sank so bad in the debate that he kept saying, “attacking me is not going to help.” It sure helped him in the first debate when he attacked Obama.