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Published on Oct 23, 2012

Last night, America saw its Commander-in-Chief and someone who's not ready to be Commander-in-Chief. President Obama dominated last night's debate because he was strong and steady and outlined a clear vision to make Americans safer and maintain our country's leadership in the world.

Mitt Romney endorsed President Obama's foreign policy leadership so much it looked like he was auditioning to be President Obama's Secretary of State. But that can't change the fact that Romney was wrong on Iraq, Afghanistan, bin Laden, al Qaeda. Syria, Russia and defense spending. Last night cannot change six years of being wrong on every foreign policy issue.

Mitt Romney would take us back to the foreign policy of the 1980s, social policy of the 1950s, and economic policy of the 1920s. President Obama's policies would build on the progress of the last four years, honor our veterans, do some nation building here at home, and move us forward, not back.

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