Mitt Romney delivered his long-awaited foreign policy speech at Virginia Military Institute on Monday, and the response has been underwhelming. There’s not much vocal criticism, which from a campaign standpoint is probably fine. But there’s not much interest in the speech either way. Among my circle of e-quaintance, the most common reactions have been that Romney’s formulations were outdated and Cold War-ish, and that there’s a real question whether the United States, with $16+ trillion in federal debt, can afford to execute his policies.
These are valid criticisms. I believe, however, Continue reading “An American foreign policy requires American liberty”