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To: churchillbuff

I find that description of neo-conservatism particularly uncompelling.


3 posted on 05/24/2004 4:48:31 PM PDT by MrShoop
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To: MrShoop

This is the second such thread trying to define neo-con. The other boiled down to anyone who doesn't support the defeatist position on the war in Iraq is a neo-con.


4 posted on 05/24/2004 4:50:05 PM PDT by CWOJackson
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Actually I did find it compelling. It describes this neocon well. The piece was nuanced and well written, and to the point - and true.


67 posted on 05/24/2004 8:45:16 PM PDT by Torie
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re: I find that description of neo-conservatism particularly uncompelling.))

*snicker*...If you managed to finish this turgid, pretentious, ponderous piece of stale prosebread--much less be compelled by it-- I salute you.

205 posted on 05/25/2004 12:14:09 PM PDT by Mamzelle (for a post-neo conservatism)
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To: MrShoop
I find that description of neo-conservatism particularly uncompelling.

Of course, it's repugnant! It's by the Father of Neo-conservatism (and also the father of the neo with the biggest mouth .... now do you wonder how Bill came by his pomposity?).

There's nothing much conservative about it, neo-liberalism would be a more apt title! FDR and TR, indeed!

330 posted on 05/25/2004 3:27:58 PM PDT by iconoclast
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