By Javier Manjarres
Let’s see if Republican voters are paying attention when vetting the field of Republican presidential candidates. The most important job a U.S. President has is to protect the country from both foreign and domestic threats. With all the turmoil brewing in the Middle East, and a rampant drug war spilling over the border from Mexico, foreign policy and national defense will be a major focus of the 2012 presidential election.
All of the GOP presidential candidates tout a hardline approach to foreign policy except for Congressman Ron Paul, who’s isolationist/non-interventionist worldview calls into question his capability to be the leader of the free world. Who do you think will be America’s strongest defender against all enemies, foreign and domestic?