Do you think Mitt Romney can expect an apology anytime soon? During the 2012 presidential election, Romney identified Russia as the biggest “geopolitical foe” to the United States. President Obama, members of his administration, and the media maligned him for his “1980s” foreign policy. Fast forward 18 months or so, and it looks like the Republican presidential nominee might have had the right idea.

“We were talking in the break about the mainstream media and how the mainstream media just doesn’t care. As long as you win the moment, it doesn’t matter what you said in the past,” Glenn said on radio this morning. “You can be proved absolutely wrong… in every sort of way, in every fashion, but they have amnesia. Why isn’t the media running the audio of what this Administration has said about the Ukraine and about Russia over and over and over again?”

On radio this morning, Glenn played a compilation of audio from the last few years that proves just how wrong this President and his administration have been on the threat of Russia.

Check out the mindboggling audio below:

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“You are about to see the foreign policy of Jimmy Carter,” Glenn said. “How far away are we from hostages and burning helicopters. Seriously. How far away with he?”

“I don’t know,” Pat responded. “But these imbeciles could bring all that about. I mean from the very beginning of our relationship with [Russia], this Administration… got everything wrong.”

Secretary of State John Kerry made the morning show rounds this weekend, and he assured ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos that “all options are on the table” as the U.S. determines how to respond to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula.

Watch Kerry’s remarks below:

“This is going to get really embarrassing,” Glenn said. “John Kerry said all of the options are on the table. Could one of the options be ‘shut up’? Could that be one of the options? I’d like that option on the table. The Administration, just, shh. Shut thy mouth. Sit down.”

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