Marco Rubio delivered a foreign policy speech at the Brookings Institution today that was heavy on deceptive attacks against President Obama. But the most notable thing about Rubio's speech was what he didn't say: The remarks were tellingly short on praise for Mitt Romney's foreign policy plans.
That's because there's nothing to praise. Rubio knows Romney has been on every side of the key foreign policy challenges facing our country today.
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