Tuesday, October 9, 2012
Mitt Romney’s foreign policy address Monday hammered home his argument that voters should oust an in-over-his-head President Obama.
With 29 days to go before Election Day, Romney worked hard to capitalize on a strong debate performance last week that polls suggest has voters giving his candidacy a second look. A Pew Research poll released Monday afternoon showed Romney with a 4-point lead.
While Democrats dismissed his address at the Virginia Military Institute as devoid of details and substance, several foreign policy experts gave him good reviews and argued he largely accomplished his goal of setting himself up as a viable alternative to Obama on the international stage.