September 7, 2011
Mitt Romney, the leading Republican presidential candidate, is calling for a century of American dominance in his first major foreign policy address, outlining plans to strengthen the U.S. military while rejecting multilateral institutions like the United Nations when necessary.
The former Massachusetts governor also condemns the isolationist policies supported by some conservative tea party members in a speech to be delivered Friday at The Citadel, an iconic military college in South Carolina. It comes as Romney has jumped back into the lead in national polling following Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s disappointing performances in political debates.
The location of the speech, in the early primary voting state of South Carolina, is no coincidence.
This article was posted: Friday, October 7, 2011 at 11:23 am