Mitt Romney today mentioned the crisis only briefly, at the top of his speech in Virginia. He spoke broadly about the need to strengthen American leadership overseas, and he warned that Obama is weakening the U.S. military.
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Democrats say it's no time for Mitt Romney to be taking potshots at President Barack Obama's foreign policy -- not in the immediate aftermath of the death of the U.S. ambassador to Libya and three others.
While on the campaign trail in Fort Pierce, Florida, yesterday, President Barack Obama found himself on the receiving end of a monster bear hug courtesy of a 6-foot, 3-inch tall restaurant owner weighing 260 pounds. Where's the Secret Service when you need them?
Mitt Romney said if elected he would retain some popular parts of the new health care law he has pledged to repeal, while President Barack Obama focused attention on the Republican ticket's stand on Medicare.
Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan says the latest unemployment report shows the economy is "limping along" as a result of failed leadership and bad fiscal policy coming from the Obama administration.