Mitt Romney assailed President Obama for calling the unrest in the Middle East "bumps in the road," saying Monday that the remarks show how different their views are on foreign policy and the president's lack of leadership on the world stage.
"Bumps in the road, we had an ambassador assassinated. We had a Muslim Brotherhood … member elected to the presidency of Egypt. Twenty thousand people have been killed in Syria. We have tumult in Pakistan and of course Iran is that much closer to having the capacity to build a nuclear weapon," Romney told about 1,600 people at a rally on the tarmac here. "These are not bumps in the road, these are human lives, these are developments we do not want to see.