Monday, November 14, 2011

Herman Cain is lost when it comes to foreign affairs....

I'm not going to mince words..just watch this following video to assess how lost Herman Cain is when it comes to foreign policy... (Perry's brain freeze moment is gold to the uncomfortable 65 second struggle before even giving the most unclear answer ever). Who's talking about giving him the position of being the Commander in chief, when he's not even command of himself in answering a simple question, even to those sitting at home watching TV and reading commentary over the US intervention in Libya.. the leading of behind, and the failure to avoid the missile exhibition to outside terrorist groups.

Don Walker of the Journal Sentinel reports:
"Republican Presidential candidate Herman Cain Struggled to collect his thoughts and explain how his approach to the crisis in Libya would have differed from the actions taken by President Barack Obama.

Libya.... President Obama supported the uprising, correct? President Obama called for the removal of Qadhafi. Just want to make sure we’re talking about the same thing before I say, yes I agree, I know I didn’t agree. I do not agree with the way he handled it for the following reason – no, that’s a different one. I gotta go back to … Got all this stuff twirling around in my head. Specifically, what are you asking me, did I agree or not disagree with on what? … Here’s what I would have – I would have done a better job of determining who the opposition is and I’m sure that our intelligence people have some of that information. Based upon who made up that opposition – based upon who made up that opposition, might have caused me to make some different decisions about how we participated. Secondly, no, I did not agree with Qadhafi killing his citizens. Absolutely not. So something would have had to be – I would have supported many of the things they did in order to help stop that. It’s not a simple yes-no, because there are different pieces and I would have gone about assessing the situation differently, which might have caused us to end up in the same place. But where I think more could have been done was, what’s the nature of the opposition?

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