Former and future Rep. Alan Grayson calls in at 7am to talk about Mitt Romney, and the GOP’s response to the Bin Laden killing anniversary
President Obama arrived in Afghanistan under cover of darkness yesterday for an unannounced visit to meet with U.S. troops and to sign a ten-year agreement with President Hamid Karzai on the role of U.S. forces beyond the end of the war in 2014.
Mitt Romney released a statement on President Obama’s trip to Afghanistan last night. It said, in part, “I am pleased that President Obama has returned to Afghanistan. Our troops and the American people deserve to hear from our President about what is at stake in this war.”
Mitt Romney’s spokesman on foreign policy issues abruptly quit Tuesday after anti-gay conservatives made an issue of his outspoken support for gay marriage. Richard Grenell resigned on what was to be his first official day on the job, citing the “hyper-partisan discussion of personal issues.”