At a speech at the Veterans for Foreign Wars convention, Romney criticized President Obama for irresponsible foreign security leaks. “Unlike my opponent, Leaky Hussein McLeakerson, my White House will not share any national security secrets. My track record is clear: I won’t share anything.”
Romney continued to list the state secrets he would not divulge: “Our Leaker-in-Chief has shared all kinds of information I would keep under wraps. Did you know you can go on the Internet and find the address of the White House? Any terrorist can just find out how much the government spends on defense, what’s in our Bill of Rights or who advises the President on national security. Obama’s even written a whole book about his childhood. I will plug all of those reckless leaks.
“I promise that my administration will go back to the security policy of the Bush White House, and only use leaks to endanger the lives of American secret agents in order to punish their spouses for publicly discrediting the lies we will tell the American people.”