Sargent flags an impressively packed pander. Guess who said this:

“I believe that it flows from [Obama']s fundamental disbelief in American exceptionalism. In the President’s world, all nations have ‘common interests,’ the lines between good and evil are blurred, America’s history merits apology. And without a compass to guide him in our increasingly turbulent world, he’s tentative, indecisive, timid and nuanced.”

Nuanced! Just because it sounds French doesn't make it bad, you know. And note the repeat of the Big Lie. Romney's in this to win it.

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