For many months, Mitt Romney has seemed to me to be the alarming candidate on foreign policy: Pointlessly tough talking with the lives of others, a bellicose sounding wing tipped cowboy.
But last night was different. I know he will be criticized for excessive me-too-ism. But as I see it, Governor Romney made the strongest case possible, a more compelling case than I would have imagined, for replacing a strong and capable incumbent and taking office next year as Barack Obama's Vice President.
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