Romney's Foreign Policy?

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Soledad O'Brien, Anderson Cooper and Rachel Maddow are about the only television journalists left who ask hard questions about substantive issues. The goofballs at Faux News pretend to, but they're more about pushing an agenda than getting at the truth.
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"Unrealistic". Ha!

Americans get the government they deserve.
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Man, it's got to suck to have to live in America and pay attention to this bullshit.
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While I also mourn our media's complete loss of their teeth, one should keep in mind these days that you can be sued for calling someone a liar, even if you can pretty much demonstrate that they are lying. I think a lot of these people are just trying to err on the side of caution.

This is likely why all the euphemisms: "massaging the truth," "stretching," "being unrealistic," etc.

It is no less cowardly though.
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@4- No, you can't. You seem to be mistaking the USA for the UK.

Of course someone can file a lawsuit for anything, it doesn't mean it's going to go anywhere.
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Thank God we have you to break down the stereotype of a used car salesman, Mudede.

@1: You're forgetting Jon Stewart. Sadly, the guy on Comedy Central asks tougher questions of his guests than nearly anyone in journalism. Just watch the way he ripped into Eric Cantor back when he visited in 2010. He gets warmed up about 7:30 into the first part of the extended interview.
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Obama's foreign policy is aimless. Romney's foreign policy is clueless. Looks like we're in for a rough ride. Ironically there's a lot of money to be saved if we actually did the right thing with our foreign policy, specifically...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dmEceg1YP…

gary