Why was Romney agreeing so much with the president's foreign policy?

when for the past 4 years he has been criticizing everything this president has done? This was a completely different Romney tonight, he kept agreeing with Obama and even saying what Obama would say like a parrot.

Asked By: Fresh Prince Classic - 10/23/2012
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Sentiments may be similar, but not in the big well rounded picture for the future & the path in the direction of the last 4 years. The challenger is more genuine with his goal than the incumbent's promises with the challenger actually balanced budget's in various occupations, & work across the aisle to get both parties... More
Answered By: Blanco Y egro - 10/23/2012
Additional Answers (6)
Tonight is the night of the real debate where we can here different opinions.
Answered By: destined - 10/23/2012
Obama took over a lot of George Bush's foreign policy, didn't he? and that's after campaigning on changing it all... More
Answered By: Spock (rhp) - 10/23/2012
He was trying to appease the people that say Romney was just plain too mean and disrespectful to the Messiah.
Answered By: libertarian - 10/23/2012
Because he has no sound foreign policy of his own... largely due to the fact that, as governor of Massachusetts, he's never had to DEAL with foreign policy. You have to remember, Romney held office in a state. He was not a senator nor was he a representative. He had no reason to concern himself with foreign affairs... More
Answered By: raina_vissora - 10/23/2012
I think Romney established last night that portions of American foreign policy are correct--the problem being that the foriegn policy is clearly only going to work if America leads from a position of strength--the foriegn policy is doomed to failure when the "lead from behind" strategy is employed. I think Romney... More
Answered By: tylertxanreborn - 10/23/2012
Despite Romney trying to find things to attack Obama on, they tend to agree about foreign policy much more than domestic... More
Answered By: tehabwa - 10/23/2012
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