Really? The Warsaw leg was a triumph. Romney’s speech warmly embraced Poland’s post-communist
experiment as a stirring example of a nation committed to limited government at
home and a close alliance with America abroad, even unto such godforsaken war
zones as Afghanistan and Iraq, at great cost to itself and with little thanks.
Especially little from the Obama administration, which unilaterally canceled a Bush(43)-era missile-defense agreement with Poland to appease Russia. Without
any overt criticism of the current president, Romney set out a foreign policy of radically greater appreciation of and fidelity to American allies.
Yet all we hear about Warsaw is the “gaffe”: two phrases uttered by an aide, both best described as
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