WASHINGTON - US Senate's Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Senator John Kerry has said that Mitt Romney has no clear policy for dealing with Pakistan. John Kerry stated this while responding to Republication presidential candidate Mitt Romney's remarks on Pakistan and other foreign policy issues in the third and last direct debate in Florida with President Obama (Democrat party s candidate for re-election). He said that Romney mentioned things about Pakistan without really having a solution.
"The question is what you are going to do about these things? And he had no concrete, fixed, certain, clear policy," Kerry said adding that the independent observers will also agree with his viewpoint. "The distinctions here are important in terms of who really knows what they are talking about. I think if you ask people around the world, they will tell you exactly that," he stressed.
However, former presidential candidate, John McCain disagreed with Senator Kerry and said that Romney's concerns about Pakistan were based on reality and this should be the basis of the US relations with Pakistan while moving forward after a troubled period of 18 months.
"We have to stay engaged with Pakistan. But, the fact is that the influence of the ISI continues with the Haqqani network," McCain added.