National View: On consulate attack, Romney sounds frantic, not strong
Published 09/16/2012, Washington Post Writers Group
Once upon a time, there was a silver-tongued president. His foreign policy must have been seen by enemies of the United States as weak and feckless, because these enemies became emboldened. Mideast terrorists staged a brutal, bloody attack in which innocent Americans were killed. The president’s response could be seen as a display of shameful weakness rather than steely resolve.Word count: 752
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