Kissinger and Rice fear for Washington’s power because of the economic situation

Kissinger and Rice fear for Washington’s power because of the economic situation

Friday, September 7, 2012

Follow-up – and babysit – through four and former U.S. foreign ministers, including Henry Kissinger and Condoleezza Rice Thursday for fears that weaken the difficulties faced by the U.S. economy is the power of the United States and its influence in the world.
And Badmacdoa their support for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney in the face of outgoing President Barack Obama, Rice and Kissinger and James Baker and George Shultz, all of whom are Republicans, that “the United States Department of world affairs essential to peace and prosperity.”

They said “We can not be strong militarily and politically and diplomatically unless we also economically.”

The four foreign ministers who served in the last forty years in the era of Republican presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford and Ronald Reagan, George Bush the Father and the Son.

Without that nominate Obama, foreign ministers reiterated former Republican criticism about the outcome of the economic performance for the Democrats, and denounced economic growth “minimal which reduced our influence in the world and weaker confidence of our friends and allies.”

They said that “if the economic downturn continues, the speculation past greatness of America may become true.”
Source: alrayy