about Johnson supporting the wars.
He was against Iraq from the beginning.
And - like Ron Paul - he was for the initial invasion of Afghanistan to remove the elements of Al Qaeda. Johnson has clearly stated on many - many - occasions that that deployment should have been over after six months. At that point, the mission there was complete.
He's against a war with Iran. Always has been.
The only place where Johnson made a questionable comment - to my knowledge - on foreign policy was the Kony situation in Africa. Even at that, Johnson said he would have only pursued action with the approval of Congress. If Ron Paul were in a position where he agreed with intervention - like a WWII situation - would he not use the military if Congress approved?
So, you're going to have to be more specific because Gary Johnson is on the right side of all major foreign policy issues.
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