Video: Mitt Romney’s foreign policy advisers think Czechoslovakia and the Soviet Union still exist today. Is Romney ready to lead?

April 27, 2012

Government/Politics

Mitt Romney’s foreign policy advisers think Czechoslovakia and the Soviet Union still exist today
 
Is Romney ready to lead?
 
 
The Republican presidential presumptive nominee Mitt Romney’s foreign policy advisers speak in Cold War language about counties that do not exist anymore.
 
John Lehman (Secretary of the Navy for Ronald Reagan) and Pierre-Richard Prosper (the second US Ambassador-at-Large for War Crimes Issues under President George W. Bush), on Thursday, April 26, 2012 had a conference call with reporters and stated that President Obama is weak on national security and mentioned the  “Soviet Union” and “Czechoslovakia”.
 
Mitt Romney foreign policy advisers:
Pierre Prosper speaks of Czechoslovakia and John Lehman speaks of the former country USSR…. “Soviets” for the Soviet Union.
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Vice-President Walter Mondale’s 1984 Democratic presidential campaign ad “Red Phone”
The 1984 “red phone” ad for Vice-President Walter Mondale’s Democratic presidential campaign ad against his primary opponent Gary Hart: “The most awesome, powerful responsibility in the world lies in the hand that picks up this phone. The idea of an unsure, unsteady, untested hand is something to really think about.”
 
Hillary Clinton 2008 presidential campaign ad 
3 am Whitehouse Phone Call
 

Vice President Joe Biden, also, on Thursday, April 27, 2012 knocked Mitt Romney for having a “Cold War mindset”…..the same day as Romney’s national security advisers made references to threats dating back to the Soviet Union era.
Vice President Joe Biden said that President Obama has a big stick on foreign policy.
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Czechoslovakia
Czechoslovakia was a sovereign state in Central Europe which existed from October 1918 until 1992.
 
On January 1, 1993, Czechoslovakia split into the two new countries of Czech Republic and Slovakia.
 
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (Soviet Union)
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics was a socialist state, ruled by the Communist Party, that existed between 1922 and 1991.
The Soviet Union collapsed and was formally dissolved in December 1991. This left all 15 republics of the Soviet Union as independent sovereign states/countries. Russia or the Russian Federation was the largest of these new countries created.
 
 
Europe 1945
Germany’s defeat means that Poland and Czechoslovakia return to the map of Europe after a 6-year absence.
 
 
 

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