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And it's time now for a look at who's talking and the president's approach to foreign policy is what Mitt Romney is talking about the Republican nominee pouncing on President Obama.
For referring to the unrest in the Middle East in the recent attack on the consulate in Libya as quote bumps in the road.
He said the developments in the Middle East are.
Bumps in the road.
Yeah that was my reaction.
Bumps in the road we had a we had an ambassador assassinated.
We had -- Muslim Brotherhood elect a member elected to the presidency of of Egypt to 40000 people have been killed in Syria.
We have Todd Bolton in Pakistan.
At -- course Iran is that much closer to having the capacity to build a nuclear weapon.
These are not bumps in the road these are human lives these are the development -- -- want to save.
This is time for a president who will shape events in the Middle East not just -- Merciful or be at the mercy of the events of the Middle East I would get America on track to have the kind of leadership.
We made sure we get sick.
The future of this -- the keep America strong.
Of the White House responding to Mitt Romney's criticisms saying that the Republicans are just searching for something to grab on to -- by the president's views.
On these matters are clear and strong the president is also talking and hitting Romney on his plan for the economy.
During his much criticized appearance on the view here's what the president had to say.
Governor Romney on sixty minutes was asked.
Does he think it's fair that.
He pays a lower tax rate than somebody is making 50000 dollars a year.
And he said yes I think it's fair and I also think that's the way you get economic growth.
I've just got a different vision about how we grow an economy I think Barbara that you grow an economy.
From the middle out not from the top down -- The president was also asked him what he would do after the White House he said that he would like to work with children.
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