And there he goes again, making stuff up, attacking the imaginary Obama while countering that straw man with meaningless platitudes. They say god never gives us more than we can handle (tell that to cancer victims, among others). But I'm not sure I can take much more:
Okay, anyone see or hear the part where Obama said we should only be prepared to fight one war at at time? Is he referring to the defense "cuts" that were approved by the Secretary of Defense and the Joint Chiefs, which will still leave us spending more on the military than the rest of the world combined? Is that a lack of commitment?
Is he hinting that as long as he's president we will be fighting two wars at a time? Unless we're out of Afghanistan, guess we will, since he seems all ready to invade
And what about "keeping us admired...?" Now I doubt even Mitt thinks we were much admired by the time Bush was done with his geopolitical horror show; so by "keep" I guess he acknowledges what most foreign policy people have said: Barack Obama has succeeded in improving our image around the world. In which case, what changes is he contemplating?
Well, we've seen pretty clearly that words don't mean much to Mitt. They roll out of his head like nickels from a slot machine: someone pulls a lever and out they come, if he's lucky. So there's no reason to give any more credence to these than any other of his silly claims. But this one is a little unique: a lie, as expected, and hollow vagueness, but also an unintended but implicit admission that he's full of crap. What a piece of .... work he is!
[Wrote this one a while back, so it's not entirely timely; but, as usual, it's accurate.]