Is insisting "it's the economy" stupid?
"If Gov. Romney is suggesting that we should start another war, he should say so."
Obama took out bin Laden, in case you've forgotten.
Rich said Romney's foreign policy is "kind of an undifferentiated, generalized truculence."
"It's time to renew America."
Chen Guangcheng is wanted and may have fled to the U.S. Embassy in Beijing.
"I’ve been really at the highest levels of American political life."
"I'm not supposed to know anything about foreign policy."
"The campaign made up a list of over 20 foreign leaders for Cain to commit to memory."
He literally called Uzbekistan "Ubeki-beki-beki-beki-stan-stan."
92 percent of young men surveyed said they didn't know about "this event which the foreigners call 9/11."
The Internet can be a sad, strange place.
One pundit blames Bush AND Obama, saying it's a case of "reap what you sow."
The secretary of State's address today to the Council on Foreign Relations reminds the world that though the Obama administration may emphasize finesse, they haven't forgotten how to exert force.
She has turned herself into Obama’s greatest asset, on Capitol Hill as much as around the world.
Even allowing for some leeway on the Bush Doctrine, many saw in Palin’s overall performance proof of a foreign-policy novice quickly forced to cram for her first big test.
For today’s conversation, we bring together Tyler Cowen, a professor of economics at George Mason University who blogs at MarginalRevolution.com, and The American Prospect’s Ezra Klein.
Apparently, there are actually very few people who aren't advising him on this stuff.