John Kerry Blasts Romney's "Rossetta Stone" Foreign Policy
The man who "voted for it before he voted against it" lays on the metaphors, which Obama's core supporter probably don't understand.
Sen. John Kerry, Massachusetts Democrat, proclaimed Tuesday his "day of exorcism" after playing Mitt Romney in debate prep with President Obama — and didn't hold back on his real-life counterpart, saying that the ticket of Mr. Romney and Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan has the least foreign policy experience "ever presented to the country in modern times."
"Last night, listening to Mitt Romney was like listening to a candidate who was running on CliffsNotes or who had Rosetta Stone foreign policy," Mr. Kerry, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said on MSNBC's "The Daily Rundown. "In this dangerous world today, you cannot elect a man president who really doesn't understand the world. This is the least foreign policy-experienced vice president/presidential candidate ever presented to the country in modern times."