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Foreign Policy: No Apology for American Greatness
Posted By Peter Brookes On November 18, 2012 @ 8:00 am In American Leadership,Featured | 7 Comments
While conservatives might be in a bit of a post-election funk, this is no time to compromise our principles—especially on foreign policy and national security, where Team Obama’s record has been less than stellar to say the least.
Rather, now is the time to dig deep and fight for the conservative principles that made this country the great and benevolent power it has been and should continue to be.
Surrender to the misguided efforts of this Administration on international affairs is by no means an option.
Instead, we should be insisting—indeed, demanding—that the following ideas become the bedrock of our foreign and national security policy:
American foreign policy really comes down to this question: Are this country’s best days behind us, or are they yet to come?
The answer to that question is not pre-ordained—unless we refuse to speak out in the public square in the aftermath of the election for the conservative principles that made this country both great and exceptional.
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