When it comes to American exceptionalism, Mitt Romney is going all in.
His book “No Apology: The Case for American Greatness” is a love song to the idea that this country merits “the protection of Providence” and has a singular “calling” to be a beacon for freedom. A major theme for him on the campaign trail is the nation’s divine destiny, a heritage Romney said has made him “stand a little taller, a little straighter” when overseas.
In his book, No Apology: The Case for American Greatness, Mitt Romney proclaims his fealty to American Exceptionalism, an idea quickly becoming an article of faith among the right. For Romney, this idea is not about American values ... Read Post
by Patrick Appel Ackerman reads Mitt Romney's No Apology: The Case For American Greatness so you don't have to: There are two salient global facts Romney never considers in his book. The first is that it is actually possible to... Read Post
Larison gets into the mindset behind Mitt's "Obama apologizes for America" nonsense: This rhetoric about apologies and other conservatives’ charges that Obama didn’t believe in American exceptionalism were never meant to refer to an... Read Post