Despite six weeks of heavy pounding on Obama’s approach to terrorism and national security, stemming from the administration’s response to the murder by terrorists of Ambassador Stevens in Benghazi, the president’s reputation remains largely unscathed and, according to polls, voters still consider him more suited than Mitt Romney to run America’s foreign and security policies.
Why has such a virulent campaign to discredit Obama’s record as commander-in-chief so conspicuously failed?
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