Mitt Romney has all but stopped talking about something that was once a central part of his stump speech: radical Islam. During the 2008 campaign cycle, a major cornerstone of Romney's campaign was the need to fight "radical jihad." He warned of the threat of radical Muslims wanting to "united the world under a single Islamic caliphate." That he's dropped the subject marks a recognition that we're no longer in the 9/11 era, politically speaking. Here's a compilation of some of his greatest jihad hits from 2008.