Tuesday, April 04, 2006

[political-research] A Pattern Recognition Quiz (Rage at the Neocons)

What do all the parties on the following list have in common?
American Conservative
Andrew J. Bacevich
Anthony Cordesman
Anthony Zinni
Arnaud de Borchgrave
Bob Barr
Brent Scowcroft
Bruce Bartlett
Catherine Austin Fitts
Cato Institute
Charley Reese
Chuck Hagel
Colin Powell
David Kay
Ed Rollins
Eric Haney
Eric Shinseki
Francis Fukuyama
George H.W. Bush
George Will
Gordon Prather
Henry Hyde
Ivan Eland
Jack Murtha
James Baker
James Hall
John Derbyshire
John Dilulio
John Mearsheimer
Jonathan Clarke
Joseph Galloway
Joseph Sobran
Justin Raimondo
Karen Kwiatkowski
Kevin Phillips
Lawrence Wilkerson
Leon Hadar
Lew Rockwell
Michael Brown
Michael Lind
Michael Scheuer
Morgan Reynolds
New America Foundation
Norman Schwarzkopf
Pat Lang
Patrick Buchanan
Paul Craig Roberts
Paul O'Neill
Paul Pillar
Philip Giraldi
Ray McGovern
Richard Armitage
Richard Clarke
Richard Lugar
Richard Viguerie
Robert Bartlett
Ron Paul
Sandra Day O'Connor
Scott McClellan
Scott Ritter
Stefan Halper
Stephen Walt
Steve Sailer
Tom Clancy
Tommy Franks
Vincent Cannistraro
Walter Jones
Wesley Clark
William F. Buckley
William S. Lind
Zalmay Khalilzad
Zbigniew Brzezinski
Answer: they are all true conservatives, traditional Republicans, former neoconservatives, or high-level military, intelligence and government officials who have raised serious questions about the wisdom and even sanity of what has proven to be a catastrophic and anti-American neoconservative agenda in the Bush 43 administration.  A tidal wave of opposition against the neocons is beginning to emerge all across the political spectrum as the result of the $2 trillion disaster in Iraq and the degeneration of the United States into a classical police state.
And which neoconservative parties are primarily responsible for the $2 trillion disaster in Iraq and the ruination of the Bush administration?
Abram Shulsky
AEI (American Enterprise Institute)
AIPAC (American Israel Public Affairs Committee)
AJC (American Jewish Committee)
Ari Fleischer
Barbara Amiel
Benador Associates
Benjamin Netanyahu
Bernard Lewis
Bruce Kovner
CFR (Council on Foreign Relations)
Charles Krauthammer
Christopher Hitchens
Clifford May
Conrad Black
CPD (Committee on the Present Danger)
CPMAJO (Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations)
CSP (Center for Security Policy)
Daniel Lapin
Daniel Pipes
Danielle Pletka
David Brooks
David Frum
David Gelernter
David Horowitz
David Wurmser
Donald Kagan
Douglas Feith
Eliot Cohen
Elliott Abrams
Eric Edelman
FDD (Foundation for the Defense of Democracies)
Fox News
Frank Gaffney
FrontPage Magazine
Heritage Foundation
Hoover Institution
Hudson Institute
Jack Abramoff
James Woolsey
Jeff Jacoby
Jerusalem Post
Jewish Press
Jewish World Review
JINSA (Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs)
Joel Mowbray
John Bolton
John Podhoretz
Jonah Goldberg
Joseph Lieberman
Joshua Bolten
Joshua Muravchik
Judith Miller
Ken Adelman
Ken Mehlman
Laurie Mylroie
Lawrence Kaplan
Lewis Libby
Manhattan Institute
Martin Peretz
Max Boot
MEMRI (Middle East Media Research Institute)
Meyrav Wurmser
Michael Ledeen
Michael Medved
Michael Rubin
Middle East Forum
Mortimer Zuckerman
Morton Kondracke
Natan Sharansky
National Review
New Republic
Norman Podhoretz
One Jerusalem
OSP (Office of Special Plans)
Paul Wolfowitz
PNAC (Project for the New American Century)
Reuel Marc Gerecht
Rich Lowry
Richard Perle
Robert Kagan
Rupert Murdoch
Steven Emerson
Thomas Friedman
Toward Tradition
Victor Davis Hanson
Wall Street Journal
Washington Times
Weekly Standard
William Bennett
William Kristol
WINEP (Washington Institute for Near East Policy)

American politics appears to be radically reorganizing itself around a fundamental conflict in values and goals that has nothing to do with traditional disagreements between Republicans and Democrats, conservatives and liberals.

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