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Is Mitt Romney's campaign right? Was Mitt Romney's foreign trip a 'great success'?

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  • ProudProgressive 2012/08/01 11:45:24
    Yes
    ProudProgressive
    +12
    Romney's European Gaffe-Fest was incredibly successful - for President Obama. Not that the world needed a reminder that Romney is running against one of the most skilled Presidents in the area of foreign policy we've ever had, but the contrast couldn't be starker. Romney did the President a great favor by letting the American people know that not only does Romney have no economic plan (unless you consider "let's do what failed the last time" a plan) but is almost as clueless in the area of foreign policy as Sarah Palin. At least Romney doesn't think the Queen of England is the head of the British Government (I hope.)

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  • bags the Indigenous Guru 2012/08/02 13:46:54
    No
    bags the Indigenous Guru
    I think not.
  • Dagon 2012/08/02 13:39:10
  • lurx: the soda jerk 2012/08/02 10:52:42 (edited)
    Yes
    lurx: the soda jerk


    ...I guess it all depends on what you mean by the word "success".
  • Sissy 2012/08/02 10:18:56
    No
    Sissy
    +2
    If managing to insult and degenerate host nations when you are trying to show your chops as a diplomat and spokesperson for your country, then I would have to say "yes". He did a bang-up job of doing both.
  • LindaM 2012/08/01 23:42:42
    No
    LindaM
    +3
    Is this a trick question? It's a funny one. I must say that if the right thinks his trip was a success, they all must have rose colored glasses on. Or are they all brainwashed or have blinders on?
  • Pat 2012/08/01 23:38:57
    No
    Pat
    +3
    NO, NO, NO!! He insulted someone in every country he visited, he sounded arrogant, war mongering, and uninformed. What is the deal with Russia being our greatest enemy? Where has be been for the last 20 or more years?
    The only one who benefits from his tour is President Obama. Easy to see who is the corporate raider and who is the Statesman.
  • DFA 2012/08/01 23:04:58
    No
    DFA
    +1
    If that's considered success, then I'd hate to see his presidency.
  • DefendnProtect 2012/08/01 22:35:22
  • Sister Jean 2012/08/01 22:33:23
  • kitkat42 2012/08/01 22:17:53
    No
    kitkat42
    +3
    I'm beginning to wonder if he's doing all this on purpose. That he's not meant to win and he's a 'fall guy'. No one can be this ignorant. Oh wait, he does kind of remind one of Sarah doesn't he? Avoids the press, says outrageous things. Hmmm, ya think?
  • unclepat 2012/08/01 19:12:11
    No
    unclepat
    +3
    The guy went out of his way to screw up!
  • Tennessee3501 2012/08/01 18:52:29
    Yes
    Tennessee3501
    It will not make much of a difference in the campaign, since very few people are really paying much attention to what is going on during the Summer months and with the Olympics. They are not paying much attention to what President Obama is doing also!
  • Skeptikat 2012/08/01 18:24:03
  • Vieuphoria 2012/08/01 17:46:20
    No
    Vieuphoria
    +4
    The guy is a PR disaster
  • t.eliot, topbard 2012/08/01 16:04:48
    No
    t.eliot, topbard
    +4
    Hard to tell w/ his foot so far into his mouth.
  • Queen B 2012/08/01 15:57:48
  • Steve 2012/08/01 15:34:21
  • The Duke 2012/08/01 13:50:53
    Yes
    The Duke
    At least he didn't BOW to any heads of state. That puts him way ahead of 0bama in my book.
  • t.eliot... The Duke 2012/08/01 16:06:12
    t.eliot, topbard
    +4
    No, he just insulted people w/ his cluelessness and insensitivity.
  • unclepat The Duke 2012/08/01 19:13:41
    unclepat
    Pretty small book then!
  • Sissy The Duke 2012/08/02 10:24:42
    Sissy
    +1
    You mean something like this?
    Bush bowing to an Arab
    or this?
    Bush kissing an Arab
  • Rebel Yell 2012/08/01 13:17:39
    No
    Rebel Yell
    +6
    Success? He wasn't there to help solve any problem . He is a private citizen so he is not privy to any policies those countries have with the USA. The sole reason for Willard to make the trip was for some great photo ops and to appear like a statesman... which he failed miserably. Then there was that $50,000 per plate fund raiser with Sheldon Adelson on his right arm.

    And of course, he lied. No news there. He p*ssed off the Palestinians with his remarks about culture then later told FOX that he said no such thing. That is a pattern with Mitt. He lies, there is tape to prove it, but he still denies what he said. Amazing.
  • wildcat 2012/08/01 13:09:55
    Yes
    wildcat
    +4
    If you are PRESIDENT Obama, Romney's trip was very successful for you.
  • Lady Whitewolf 2012/08/01 13:05:11
    No
    Lady Whitewolf
    +8
    HIs foot-in-mouth disease was showing!
  • NarcolepticGoat 2012/08/01 13:04:37
    Yes
    NarcolepticGoat
    +6
    Etch a Sketchs are wonderful things, aren't they?

    Just flip and shake and VOILA! Empty slate!
  • Che Guevara - Hero 2012/08/01 13:04:10
    No
    Che Guevara - Hero
    +8
    When Romney's mouth is moving he is usually telling a lie or saying something dumb.
  • KAREN JAMES 2012/08/01 12:46:31
    No
    KAREN JAMES
    +7
    The trip was Mitten as his very best...so for me it was wildly sucess...I'd like to see more of this kind of sucess.
  • John Hall 2012/08/01 12:19:20
    Yes
    John Hall
    +1
    romney is doing what he thinks is best is he doing a good job yes .
  • Skeptikat John Hall 2012/08/01 18:31:07
  • Sissy John Hall 2012/08/02 10:27:36
    Sissy
    Best for whom? The trip was merely a cloak to raise money. I believe with a $50,000 a plate dinner, you might be able to call it a success with other monied folks.....with the minions of the mere minions of the world, not so much.
  • John Hall Sissy 2012/08/02 12:31:45
    John Hall
    And what the hell do you think Obama was doing I guess only a democrat president can go overseas raise millions go to the Hollywood 1% raise millions but hell no for a GOP candidate .
  • Sissy John Hall 2012/08/02 12:39:50
    Sissy
    Its only 'okay' if the republican candidates raise a boatload of money, much of it with no accountability? Sounds like you're saying that. At least this President doesn't make a complete fool of himself, insult his hosts, cause raised eyebrows over his elitist opinion of who has more class between two beleagured countries.

    Pathetic doesn't even cover it.
  • John Hall Sissy 2012/08/02 12:54:49
    John Hall
    Maybe Romney is raising more money because people have seen the light with Obama and they have grown tired of his spread the wealth you didn't build it presidency .
  • Sissy John Hall 2012/08/05 12:14:42
    Sissy
    "Maybe Romney is raising more money" because K Street, Wall Street, other "Lords of the Manor" are dropping unfettered and unaccountable boatloads of money in his misbegotten war chest, ya think?
  • BOOGIE-WOOGIE-MUSIC-MAN-ROC... 2012/08/01 11:59:14
    No
    BOOGIE-WOOGIE-MUSIC-MAN-ROCK-N-R
    +4
    Oh not really
  • Ben 2012/08/01 11:54:25
    No
    Ben
    +4
    No. If the outcome was to showcase Romney's abilities to the world as well as show off his diplomatic abilities to the folks back home, then it cannot be considered a success.
  • ϟMopederϟ 2012/08/01 11:52:41
  • ParkMan 2012/08/01 11:51:18
    No
    ParkMan
    +1
    IT was a very good trip, but we some political mistakes, I don't think you can label it a "great success"!
  • Philo-Publius 2012/08/01 11:48:09
  • ProudProgressive 2012/08/01 11:45:24
    Yes
    ProudProgressive
    +12
    Romney's European Gaffe-Fest was incredibly successful - for President Obama. Not that the world needed a reminder that Romney is running against one of the most skilled Presidents in the area of foreign policy we've ever had, but the contrast couldn't be starker. Romney did the President a great favor by letting the American people know that not only does Romney have no economic plan (unless you consider "let's do what failed the last time" a plan) but is almost as clueless in the area of foreign policy as Sarah Palin. At least Romney doesn't think the Queen of England is the head of the British Government (I hope.)

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