Giuliani’s Macho Foreign Policy
Selling old Thatcher lines (“isn’t a time to go wobbly”) for pre-emptive war, resurrecting the ancient bit about Israel joining NATO ( and suggesting a bunch of Asian countries too, one supposes, to save them from Chinese domination), and tying it all off with a promise to bomb Iran if that’s what it takes to stop them from getting nukes (promising only to set back their program a few years).
It just all comes off as too quaint by half.
Out macho-ing the macho promises of others isn’t the way to sell his brand of foreign policy experience.
Seconded, with a not-so-minor quibble: What foreign policy experience?