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   Neocons vs. Conservatives

  Neocon: Neither a libral nor a conservative;
                A Machiavellian utopian.
  Conservatives Talk About Neocons:
Neo-conned, by Ron Paul of Texas.
Among the Neocons, by Scott McConnell in "The American Conservative.
The Curious Case Of “Neocons", by Paul Gottfried
Thinking About Neocons, by  Kevin MacDonald  
Neoconservatism and Espionage, by Justin Raimondo
Neocons as War Casualties. Foreign Policy Magazine
Neocon explains: Why we deserve to lose
  Neocons Talk About Conservatives :
  • "Modern populist conservatism, it goes without saying, was alien to Leo Strauss [the neocon's guru/philosopher]."(1) —Irving Kristol
  • "the historical task and political purpose of neoconservatism would seem to be this: to convert the Republican party, and American conservatism in general, against their respective wills, into a new kind of conservative politics suitable to governing a modern democracy." (2) —Irving Kristol
  • "Neocons do not feel that kind of alarm or anxiety about the growth of the state in the past century, seeing it as natural, indeed inevitable. ... People have always preferred strong government to weak government." (2) —Kristol
  What Are the Neocons Up TO?
  • Dick Cheney, not Bush, is responsible directly or indirectly, for most Neocons in the government: Rumsfeld, Wolfowitz, Libby, Wurmser, Feith, etc.
  • In July 1996, neocons Wurmser, Perleand Feith suggested to Isreal that they remove Saddam.
  • In Dec. 1996, neocons explained that Iraq was crumbling and the U.S. and Isreal needed to take it over.
  • In 1997, neocon Wurmser (now Cheney's advisor) published a book on why Iraq needed regime change.
  • Neocons wrote open letter to Clinton in 1999 proposing "regime change" in Iraq.
  • Neocons (Wohlstetter and Perle) brought us Chalabi.
  • Neocons argued that few troops would be needed (Perle, 40--80,000. Wolfowitz claimed 200,000 post-war troops was "wildly off the mark.").

(1) The Autobiography of an Idea, page 9.
(2) The Weekly Standard 08/25/2003, Volume 008, Issue 47

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America Alone: Neo-Conservatives and the Global Order. Fair-minded and fascinating. This book is a damning indictment of neocons and the Iraq War by mainstream Republicans with long experience in government.
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