Here is Robert Mueller stating Saddam had WMDs and had the will to use them against the U.S. and her allies:

This is Iraq WMD lies 2.0 and my mind is blown people are falling for it. Do we forget how much the Democrats worshipped Russia in 2012?

Romney, who calls Russia our "No. 1 geopolitical foe," doesn't seem to realize it's the 21st century. #RomneyNotReady

- The Democrats -

After all, you don't call Russia our No. 1 enemy -- not Al-Qaida, Russia -- unless you're still stuck in a Cold War mind warp.

- Barack Obama at the 2012 DNC -

You (Romney) said Russia (was our no. 1 enemy), in the 1980s, they're now calling to ask for their foreign policy back because, you know, the Cold War's been over for 20 years. But Governor, when it comes to our foreign policy, you seem to want to import the foreign policies of the 1980s.

-  Barack Obama during 2012 Presidential debate

"Mitt Romney talks like he's seen Russia by watching Rocky IV.

The DNC even made a poster mocking Romney about watching Rocky IV to get his foreign policy:

- John Kerry at the 2012 DNC

Its someone dated to be looking backwards.

- Then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Romney's views on Russia

Vice President Joe Biden assailed Mitt Romney as “fundamentally wrong” and “totally out of touch” on foreign policy in a campaign speech Thursday — contrasting that to a record of President Barack Obama’s tough but right choices.

Drawing contrasts between President Barack Obama and comments Romney has made on the campaign trail in 2008 and this year, Biden attacked the former Massachusetts governor for being “one of a small group of Cold War holdovers,” for naming Russia as a major threat to the United States and at times referring to Soviets.

"I don’t know whether it’s a slip of the tongue or a mind-set … Everybody slips. I never do, but everyone does,” Biden said in a self-deprecating nod to his own gaffes.[/quote]

-  Then VP Joe Biden

VLADIVOSTOK, Russia — President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia sauntered into American presidential politics on Thursday, praising President Obama as “a very honest man” and chastising the Republican nominee, Mitt Romney, for describing Russia as “without question our No. 1 geopolitical foe.”[/quote]
- The New York Times September 2012

After the election I have more flexibility.

- Obama to Russia/Putin

Trade With Russia Is a Win-Win. By making Moscow a normal trading partner, Congress would create American jobs and advance human rights.

- Secretary of State Hillary Clinton