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Today’s foreign policy debate

Posted on | November 13, 2011 | 9 Comments

Today was a good and civil debate for Republican candidates. I have to say, that though I had reservation about Romney and his record of health-care reform in MA, I have to admit, that he seemed to be the most knowledgeable in both economy and foreign policy.

While I am not saying that I  decided on a candidate, I would like to point answers that seem reasonable, the answers that resonated with me.

Romney is dead on in regards to predatory practices of China and need to assess tariffs to account for currency manipulations of Chinese government and for theft of intellectual property. From this point of view Huntsmann sounds like a totally clueless space cadet and I do not understand, why we are still wasting time on having him part of the debates, while consistently he does not get more than 1% in poll after poll. To me Huntsmann is no more, than a Mormon version of a globalist puppet Obama. The sooner he is out of the debate circle, the better. We’ll have more time for serious candidates.

I believe, Romney was correct on Pakistan. This country is indeed fractured, does not have a central governmental control. He is correct on working with parties friendly to us without transmitting to the world, what are we doing. He is dead on in regards to Iraq and Iran. He was correct in taking Obama to task on the issue of Obama announcing withdrawal from Iraq based on political consideration of an upcoming election instead of relying on the advice of the military brass.

Gingrich was very knowledgeable and seems to compliment Romney well. My reservation with Gingrich, is the fact, that he pushed for WTO-GATT together with Clinton. I do not believe, he will repeal or modify an agreement, which was the centerpiece of his tenure as the Speaker of the House. In other areas he is dead on.

In my opinion Romney and Gingrich stood out in this debate.

Cain was steady, reserved and did well.

Perry was correct on starting with zero foreign aid and negotiating from this point. Others agreed with this notion. He even showed a sense of humor, joking about his brain freeze during the CNBC economy debate. 

Bachmann was knowledgeable and held her own, but did not seem to provide clear and succinct answers  on important policy issues, as Romney and Gingrich did.

I believe, that if we will have similar debates in general election and one of the three candidates, who are currently on the top, Romney, Gingrich, Cain, will be facing Obama, we will see a clear superiority of the Republican candidates over Obama in  economy, job creation and foreign policy.


9 Responses to “Today’s foreign policy debate”

  1. Mike D.
    November 13th, 2011 @ 1:08 am

    Good essay…I agree with you.

  2. No Sharia in America
    November 13th, 2011 @ 6:32 am

    Cain was ignorant on foreign issues, his answers were more in line with a 6th grader..

    This guy appears like a pimp in his big hat, you like pimps?

  3. RacerJim
    November 13th, 2011 @ 9:12 am

    Gingrich is the only one of the bunch with the knowledge, experience and, moreover, gumption to take Obama to task on his FAILED foreign policy and economic policies, and/or any other issue of import to the Office of the Presidency.

  4. Pepper
    November 13th, 2011 @ 10:52 am

    But Gingrich is unelectable. He’s got too much baggage and he’s too disorganized. He threw away a golden opportunity in the 90s and he’s a slave to Calista

  5. Insight
    November 13th, 2011 @ 10:59 am

    I agree with RacerJim. Newt & Tiffany GIngrich as, POTUS and FLOTUS are the, way out for America. I don’t even know, if Romney is eligible. Newt is.

  6. Insight
    November 14th, 2011 @ 1:12 am

    Pepper – Gingrich has no baggage. He is a natural born Citizen and patriot who has raised the dialogue immensely during the debates and in public at large. And his wife, Tiffany, has shown us how to shop. For jewelry. Newt’s previous 2 wives were just not patriots and he needed to divorce them in order to be freed to run for office. With Tiffany at his side. She is a true patriot and produces movies. And books. And Newt and Tiffany sell them on the campaign trail. Just like Herman Cain (although he has only one book to sell).

  7. Newt's a Disaster for the GOP
    November 14th, 2011 @ 2:47 pm

    Phyllis Schlafly in the Eagle Forum has pointed out Newt’s betrayal of Conservatism with none other than Bill Clinton back in 1994 by approving the addition of WTO to GATT legislation by Executive Order. He also supported NAFTA legislation in 1993 along with Boehner and McConnell. Newt’s collaboration with Clinton and other fellow RINO’s has been responsible for the destruction of 23,000,000 jobs in the USA. Many of you gullible RINO Amnesiacs have conveniently forgotten these immensely damaging betrayals of the US COnstitution and the American People. The betrayal in 1994 happened during the lameduck session of Congress IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE REPUBLICAN REVOLUTION OF 1994 when 80 Congressmen were swept out of power. How’s that for political deviousness?!?! That takes the cake!!! The “DEAL” Newt made with Clinton was to add WTO(World Trade “Outrage”) to GATT legislation against the overwhelming opposition of Conservatives and a majority of the American People who were opposed to it. Sound familiar??? Newt, in 1993, made another “DEAL” with Bill Clinton to create “the giant sucking sound of American jobs going overseas” when he supported and helped to pass NAFTA legislation, once again, against the overwhelming will of Conservatives and the American People. Although not in Congress at the time, Newt supported Bush’s TARP, a corporate welfare robbery of the American People’s money, and Bush’s Socialist Prescription Drug Benefit. He also supported – SURPRISE!!! SURPRISE!!! – Obama’s single payer clause in Obamacare!!! As everybody should know by now, he also made a commercial sitting on a couch with Nancy Pelosi in support of “Globull” Warming. Gingrich even tried to repeal the War Powers Act in 1995 to give his buddy, Clinton, un-Constitutional Executive power! None of this is surprising when you consider that Newt has been a member of the globalist CFR since 1990. So, putting Newt up against Obama will be just pitting one globalist Socialist against another. The Mind Control Media will have a field day picking apart Newt and showing non-vigilant, American Amnesiacs in the GOP just what sort of RINO they unwittingly have chose again 4 years later to continue our own suicidal destruction by followingthe lead of the CFR MCM. The GOP faithful are obsessed with repeating 1980 and 1994 when they should be focused on 1776 and 1787.

    h ttp://www.eagleforum.org/column/2011/july11/11-07-22.html

    h ttp://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2008/09/gingrich-now-ba/

    h ttp://www.npr.org/blogs/itsallpolitics/2011/05/16/136359159/newt-gingrich-becomes-democrats-weapon-against-gop-medicare-plan

    h ttp://www.nolanchart.com/article368-bill-clinton-and-his-nafta-baby-coconspirators.html

    h ttp://www.nytimes.com/1995/06/08/world/house-defeats-bid-to-repeal-war-powers.html

    h ttp://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2661574/posts

    h ttp://www.rawstory.com/rs/2011/03/15/whoops-gingrich-praises-nafta-for-shipping-out-american-jobs/

    h ttp://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/health-care/6754-gingrich-no-regrets-for-supporting-medicare-drug-coverage

  8. Carl Manning
    November 14th, 2011 @ 2:51 pm

    His wife’s name is Callista btw. She’s 45 years old. He’ll divorce her, too, when she loses her looks just like he did all the rest of them. This article points out the REAL Newt Gingrich quite effectively…

    h ttp://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2661574/posts

  9. kw
    November 15th, 2011 @ 12:54 pm

    The debate was another example of msm and party elitist posturing regarding “anointed” candidates for the continuation of the status quo. The only candidate who would uphold the oath to the Constitution and the Bill Of Rights, and his record proves it, is Dr. Paul, and that scares the fiber out of all the others because their records are everything but Constitutional. Lest we forget, free and fair elections are mandated by the U.S. Constitution.

    I firmly suggest that everybody, including all of you who post on this website, reread the Constitution and the Bill Of Rights, and then apply that new found knowledge to yourselves, first, and then to what your special persons on the podium are saying, now, and, more importantly, tp what their record shows them to have done. There’s a reason why msm refuses equal time to Dr. Paul during the debates. He was allowed to speak about 250 total words, about one and a half minutes compared to Romney’s 1600 words. His message that Constitutional governance would clean up the mess, that is fostered by political, social and business elitists, is truth. The truth is, corruption is amok. Fascism is amok and a return to Constitutional governance sends a bunch of politicians, bureaucrats and privateers to the clink, if not worse.

    Cain, during an interview with GQ magazine, said he was afraid of Paul as a President because he doesn’t know what Dr. Paul stands for. Either Cain has been living under a log in his executive offices for the last 20+ years or he’s lying. Dr. Paul is the Champion of the Constitution. Everybody in D.C. knows it. I know it. Probably, there’s something that Paul falls short on pursuant to abiding Constitutional governance, but I don’t know what that would be. While all other candidates, including Soetoro the Fraud, drivel about the problems of the land, and offer up the unspecified “needs to be fixed” solution, or the unConstitutional “change you can believe in”, Dr. Paul relies on the Constitution for his game plan. The message from the other candidates is very much the same tone of, ‘vote for me because I know what needs to be done to you, for you’. Dr. Paul’s message to you is, ‘take back your freedom, completely reinstate individual and States’ rights, the rule of law is applicable to all U.S. sovereigns and folks in government are public servants.’

    Public servants work for us. Dr. Paul is the only person on the stage who recongizes that characterization. If you want corrupt governance to end, then Paul is the best choice. All other choices are status quo and this last debate performance is the..’proof of the pudding’.

    Lest we forget, the “Tea Party” Patriot was reborn by Ron Paul supporters during the 2008 election cycle. Not Newt, not Bachman. It was a Dr. Paul defining moment then and continues, as such, today. Go ahead. Check it out. Comparatively, the ‘Patriot’ distinction when applied to Newt, Michelle, Rick, Herman and Mitt is about as genuine as when the term is applied to Soetoro the Fraud.

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