Umm, we tried that: Mitt Romney wants a confrontational, "no apologies" foreign policy

In a book that mirrors the GOP's talking point criticism of President Obama's foreign policy initiatives, Mitt Romney is pushing a new book that criticizes the Administration for "apologizing" to the world.  I haven't read it, but Spencer Ackerman has an incisive and critical review:
Mitt Romney’s just-published book, “No Apology: The Case For American Greatness,” is a bid to bolster the former Massachusetts governor’s nonexistent national-security and foreign policy portfolio ahead of a possible 2012 presidential run. But a glance through the remarkable conflation of conservative shibboleths, paranoid global fantasies and deterministic myopia in “No Apology” makes it difficult to avoid the conclusion that the perennial GOP candidate might have been better off saying nothing at all.
Full review available here at the Washington Independent.

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