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Former 2012 Republican Presidential Candidate
Former US Senator from Pennsylvania

Rick Santorum

Presidential Candidate Rick Santorum


Santorum position on Foreign Affairs

Santorum contends that President Obama’s apology for decisions made under former President Bush weakens the country’s position in the world. He also criticized the administrations ‘ill-defined’ foreign policy, citing as an example, the three different approaches taken in responding to protestors in Iran, Egypt and Libya.

Santorum also questions the administration’s grasp on the minutiae of the fundamentalist sharia movement, likening it to ideological threats from our past such as Marxism. He argues further that American intervention in any foreign conflict should be solely limited to matters which have a direct impact to the country.


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