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Foreign policy surprises ahead

Americans who watched Monday's debate learned that Mitt Romney wanted to sound like Barack Obama on major world issues and that Obama wanted to highlight the contrasts. They learned that Romney can be vague and Obama can be condescending. They learned that Bob Schieffer can't keep a discussion from veering off course.

What they didn't learn is what the next president's foreign policy will look like or whether to expect war or peace. That's not the fault of the debate. It's the fault of the candidates — not just these two but pretty much all presidential candidates. Ultimately it's the fault of voters, who repeatedly give their presidents a blank check.


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FP for Zion.

the u$ foreign policy is subordinate to & dictated by Zion'$ interest, i.e. to remove obstructions & gain time for expansion of the zionist state.

Israel. Not looking for Peace. Nor Talks. But this...