Obama's first foreign policy debate was one from the heart, all tied liberally with fantasy ribbons and bows. He lost the election, and learned a valuable lesson — don't tell the whole story.
"As Barack Obama and Mitt Romney square off for the foreign policy debate, it’s worth recalling Obama’s first ever recorded views on foreign policy in a 2000 congressional debate in which he called for massive defense cuts to build “an infrastructure for peace instead of more tools for war” and spend massively on health care, government-run schools, and state-directed development."
By: joe prole
In: Politics, History
Tags: The Unilateral Disarmament Dividend, Early Version of Obama's True Policies
Location: Chicago, Illinois, United States (load item map)
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