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Tonight’s Debate: Barack’s Foreign Policy… Hey, What’s Not to Love?

Tonight Mitt Romney starts out on the ropes. This is the toughie for any challenging governor who has virtually no foreign policy experience, against a president who has like scads of experience.

Barack Obama just being Barack Obama should make Romney quake. I mean the guy wins the Nobel Peace Prize just for being Barack. Sheesh! Those guys know a winner when they decide to create one. Sweden should be a world power. Anyone who gave the world IKEA… And the Norwegians? One word — Lutefisk.

Sure, Barack apologized to the Egyptians basically for being America, but he knew exactly what he was doing. Look what happened when the Arab Flu… er, Spring broke out. Democracy all over the place in the Middle East and Northern Africa. D-E-M-O-C-R-A-C-Y.

Sure, there has been a bump in the road or two, but radical — well, not radical, but really really irate — Muslims will love us… eventually. Trust Barry, it’s learned behavior.

And all of this has come about because Barack did everything different than any other president in history. Historical Barack. Everybody cringed when he started bowing to foreign leaders, but our president showed them. In the first place, some of those times he was just tying his shoelaces. But he got respect, boy. R-E-S-P-E-C-T! And that Japanese emperor guy really loves him. So things look good for Barack tonight.

But there is an up side for Mitt.

At least Mitt Romney has that silly Candy Crowley out of the way. Bob Schieffer is respected and, well, old. He’s been studying up on foreign policy. No reason to think he won’t be fair… Okay, maybe not fair, but… well, old.

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