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Romney Reads Middle East Maps About as Well as Fox News

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By HVpolitics on October 22, 2012

In July 2009, Fox News thought Egypt sat between Iran and Syria.

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A little more than three years later, Mitt Romney showed at the third presidential debate that he’s not much better than Fox when it comes to Middle Eastern geography. Romney claimed, curiously, that Syria is Iran’s “route to the sea.” It’s puzzling when you, ya know, look at a map and realize Iran is not landlocked and doesn’t even border Syria.

The countries may be allied, but water seems to have nothing to do with it.

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