Romney Takes the Presidential Race Across the Pond
Listen to/Watch entire show:
Mitt Romney has been endorsed by Poland’s former President, Lech Walesa. We’ll hear about the trip that’s ending in Poland after touching down with mixed results in Britain and Israel.
BANNER IMAGE: Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney delivers a speech in Jerusalem, Sunday, July 29, 2012. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)
Aurora Shooting Suspect Charged ()
Twelve people died last week during the premier of “Dark Knight Rising” in Aurora, Colorado, but James Holmes was charged today with 24 counts of 1st degree murder.
Romney Takes the Presidential Race Across the Pond ()
On his trip to London, Jerusalem and Gdansk, Mitt Romney says he’s touching three “pillars of liberty”—nations which share American values.
After infuriating the Brits about Olympic security, he embraced Jerusalem as Israel’s capitol and dismissed Palestinian culture.
In Poland, where’s he’s expected to invoke the Cold War, he was greeted by a banner for Ron Paul.
But, has Romney revealed any significant foreign policy differences between himself and President Obama? Will his trip change the presidential campaign?
Red State-Blue State
Red State, Blue State: Romney’s Trip and the Politics of Gaffes ()
Engage & Discuss
BROUGHT TO YOU BY