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  • Taking the fight to al Qaeda

    President Obama kept his promise and took the fight to al Qaeda. More than two-thirds of al Qaeda's leaders have been eliminated under this President, and Osama bin Laden has been brought to justice.
  • Blunder and Bluster

    Get the facts wrong, undermine relationships with allies, assemble a team committed to endless war: If you're looking for someone who will blunder their way through foreign policy, then Mitt Romney's your guy.
  • Ending the war

    As commander-in-chief, President Obama kept his promise to end the war in Iraq and bring our troops home.

    Promise kept.

  • “We’re all in this together”

    Last night, President Bill Clinton forcefully articulated the story of President Barack Obama and the tough choices he has made to lead us through the darkest days of the economic crisis. Watch and share the speech, then if you're as fired up as we are, chip in to help make sure we win this November.

    Last night, President Bill Clinton forcefully articulated the story of President Barack Obama and the tough choices he has made to lead us through the darkest days of the economic crisis. Watch and share the speech, then if you're as fired up as we are, chip in to help make sure we win this November.

    Chip in today

  • Never assume

    Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry sent this message out about the latest “Swift Boat”-style attacks on President Obama.

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  • Ten of Romney’s foreign policy failures

    Two hundred and ninety-one days after his last foreign policy speech, Mitt Romney stood up once more to deliver a major foreign policy plan and—once again—failed to offer any new or even credible policy ideas.

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  • No contest on foreign policy

    The Romney campaign appears to have missed the news that the Cold War ended decades ago. Combine that with Romney's failure to release a detailed plan for keeping our country safe and strengthening our alliances, and it's clear that this is not the team we want navigating the ever-changing foreign policy challenges of the 21st century.

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