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Oh so he -- this acceptance speech right and the last time governor Romney slammed the president's record on Iran -- -- -- Israel.
But the Republican nominee made no mention of Afghanistan at all as if there was no war.
Something the Democrats were quick to point out the Obama campaign has also accused the governor Romney of offering few specifics about his foreign policy plans.
With a -- -- a prize winning journalist talk to contribute Judith -- she's also an adjunct fellow at the think tank the Manhattan institute so I guess it's time to compare and contrast about getting.
Right exactly well it's hard to compare something with very little -- -- that.
The cheering his acceptance speech governor Romney uttered exactly 202.
About foreign policy which is about 5% of the speech.
That being said there is a difference in tone he marked difference in tone between these two man.
Governor Romney has a much more.
-- real list where we would call traditionally realist foreign policy he wants strong relations with allies he wants to be much tougher when it comes to wire followers -- potential follows.
Got up President Obama is very much about reset about reaching out reset -- -- -- Reaching out to those who were opposed to west hasn't worked out very well for him but he has a very strong record when it comes to command -- And to drone attacks he's not afraid to use force.
Which makes it difficult for governor Romney to attack came on those traditional Republican -- democratic line it's.
Yeah -- you you embedded journalists are not all that surprised that.
That are Republicans not bringing up these wars are you now.
I'm I'm not but it is interesting that they do have differences in means it's true that nobody's talking about Syria.
On the other hand governor Romney his -- that he would arm the opposition.
President Obama has been much more cautious about that pointing out that we're not sure.
That there are a lot of people within the opposition and we would like to see get American weapons so you can find differences not only of talent but also of specific policy.
The Romney camp has discussed sending troops over there to hasn't it well.
It has not committed to that and you think that -- that it's disgusting it's just passed it can catch -- you know I'm sure.
-- President Obama has also been discussing what to do if not with us as well if the Syrians actually used chemical weapons.
They have drawn that red line and said don't even think about it to -- -- house side.
And we know that there are contingency plans to it have a more robust response plan and if that.
-- Well we'll see what happens Judy Miller back in New York did -- look forward to seeing you next week thank -- How that's hard to seeing you back here to --
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