Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain said his administration would clearly define allies and foes around the globe, in what he said was a contrast to the Obama administration’s “foggy foreign policy.”
“I happen to have a foreign policy philosophy. It is an extension of the Reagan philosophy. Reagan’s philosophy was peace through strength,” Cain said. “The Cain philosophy will be peace through strength and clarity. We must clarify who our friends are, clarify who our enemies are and stop giving money to our enemies.
“There’s a reason we need to clarify who our friends are. It’s so we can tell the rest of the world who our friends are and who we will stand with, starting with the nation of Israel,” he added.
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