Obama plans to send up to 300 military advisers to Iraq LINK
Citing the nearly 4,500 American lives lost after the 2003 invasion of Iraq, Obama — a longtime critic of the Iraq war — said the United States needs to ask itself "hard questions" about when and whether to take action abroad. The president said his focus is: "What is in the national security interests of the United States of America?"
The Palin Foreign Policy Doctrine LINK (Redstate)
"In light of Obama’s morally indefensible and dyslexic policies regarding Egypt, Iran, Israel, Libya, and Syria, it is important that our eventual presidential nominee articulate a bold distinction in the realm of foreign policy.
Sarah Palin articulated the principles of a foreign policy that are neither neoconservative nor paleoconservative; rather plain old conservative.Speaking at the Colorado Christian University for a military charity fundraiser, Governor Palin outlined the following commonsense principles for foreign intervention:"