Liz Cheney, daughter of the worst and most dangerous vice president in American history (okay, maybe Aaron Burr gets some consideration), was on This Week on ABC News and was asked whether Romney’s criticism of Obama was right in the wake of the Libya and Egypt embassy attacks. She accused the president of abandoning a country that hasn’t existed in 20 years:
“I think he did get it right,” Cheney insisted. “We’ve now had three and a half years of Obama policy and it looks an awful lot like — whether you’re talking about the Mexico City speech in 2009, the Cairo Speech in 2009, the extent to which he’s been apologizing for America, he’s abandoned some of our key allies like Israel, Poland, Czechoslovakia. He’s attempted to appease our enemies, the Iranians, for example, the Russians. … The president himself has got a terrible record on national security, and it’s clearly something that Gov. Romney ought rightly to be pushing.”
Czechoslovakia hasn’t existed since 1992. It’s now two different countries, the Czech Republican and Slovakia. The names of those two independent countries is kind of a clue.