Tell me something good (tell me, tell me, tell me)…
Last night, Romney really could have hammered Obama on foreign policy. He could have nailed him on Libya, he could have made a bigger deal out of the Muslim Brotherhood and the rise of radical Islamist groups. He could have really bloodied Obama, metaphorically speaking, much like he did in the first debate. But he went a different route. And while Glenn didn’t love the direction Romney took, there were still some pretty solid highlights from the debate.
“We just want blood,” Glenn said. “That’s all we want. We want to spike the football.”
But still, Glenn wanted Pat to play some of the best moments.
“Tell me something good,” he sang.
What were some of the best moments?
On Russia: “Russia does continue to battle us in the U.N. time and time again. I have clear eyes on this. I’m not going to wear rose-colored glasses when it comes to Russia, or Mr. Putin and I’m certainly not going to say to him, ‘I’ll give you more flexibility after the election.”
On Obama’s Apology Tour: “Mr. President, the reason I call it an apology tour is because you went to the Middle East and you flew to Egypt and to Saudi Arabia and to Turkey and Iraq. And by the way, you skipped Israel, our closest friend in the region, but you went to the other nations. And by the way, they noticed that you skipped Israel. And then in those nations, and on Arabic TV, you said that America had been dismissive and derisive. You said that on occasion America had dictated to other nations.” (“That’s accurate for the President. It was the bash the America tour.”- Glenn)
Glenn also took issue with Obama’s attacks on Romney’s comments regarding the military. As Glenn pointed on radio, horses and bayonets are still a part of the armed services, even if the President chose to use them to mock Romney.
Obama also criticized Romney for brining up the reduced number of ships in our Navy.