....In Poland, Romney will visit a deeply Roman Catholic country that for years has favored Republicans over Democrats. The visit, campaign officials said, comes at the invitation of Lech Walesa, the Polish labor leader who co-founded the Solidarity movement and served as Poland's president during the country's transition out of communism. Romney will meet with Walesa in the Solidarity birthplace, Gdansk, and also hold meetings in Warsaw.
In Poland, Romney will have an opportunity to criticize Obama's so-called political "reset" with Russia after U.S.-Russian ties deteriorated badly under President George W. Bush, as well as the Obama administration's decision not to build a missile defense base in Poland.He'll likely receive a warm welcome. Poles have never showed the enthusiasm for Obama that Germans and other Western Europeans did, and his popularity there has declined further during his years in office. But for Romney, the critical audience for his Poland trip is likely the many U.S. citizens with Polish ancestry who live in critical swing states across the American Midwest.
Romney has referred to Russia as America's "No. 1 geopolitical foe."
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Here are some of the swing states with the highest Polish ancestry. Broken down by Per-centage of state population:
If this is a close race in these swing states, This could be a very good move on Romney's part. Another prize would be if Romney manages to get Lech Walesa's endorsement. This would hold a lot of weight in the Polish comunities. Walesa snubed President Obama during his visit to Poland.
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