Obama to Romney: 'The 1980s Are Now Calling to Ask For Their Foreign Policy Back'

President Obama hits Mitt Romney on earlier comments about Russia being greatest threat to U.S.
3:00 | 10/22/12

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Transcript for Obama to Romney: 'The 1980s Are Now Calling to Ask For Their Foreign Policy Back'
Governor -- -- I'm glad that you recognize that al-Qaeda threat because a few months ago when you were asked what's the biggest geopolitical threats facing America you said Russia. Not al-Qaeda is that Russia. In the 1980s are now calling asked for their foreign policy back because. Held the cold war's been over for twenty years. But governor you know when it comes. Our foreign policy you seem to want to import that foreign policy is the 1980s. Just like. The social policies of 1950s and economic policies in the 1920s.

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