Double Take 'Toons: Benghazi Bungle?

Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney delivered a foreign policy address Monday at the Virginia Military Institute, mentioning last month's U.S. Embassy attack and insinuating that President Obama's leadership in that region is weak. Jimmy Margulies questions the president's ability to handle the situation in Libya, while Chris Weyant thinks Romney's foreign policy credentials are lacking.

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