neoconservative :

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nee oh kuhn sur vuh tiv

  • n  a conservative who subscribes to neoconservatism

  • In service of the neoconservative fantasy and of the Likud government, which was handily re-elected last week the Bush Administration has been dangerously out of touch in .
  • I, for one, am elated that neoconservative ideologues will no longer be in control-- we made the right choice this election.
  • The Weekly Standard magazine, the Murdoch-owned bible of the neoconservative movement, has as its latest cover story a cartoon of a diminutive Bloomberg perched in an over-sized .

  • Gordon Brown in The Sun
    Rubbishing then US President George Bush's post-war reconstruction plans, Mr Brown said: "I never subscribed to the neoconservative position that somehow, at the barrel of a gun, overnight, liberty or democracy could be conjured up."
  • Bobby Ray Inman in Los Angeles Times
    If McCain reaches the White House, Inman predicts, "there's going to be a lot of disappointment on the neoconservative side."
  • Daniel Pipes in Pacific News Service
    Daniel Pipes -- described by Law Professor Paul Campos of the University of Colorado as a "well-known neoconservative intellectual"-- wrote in his daily column in the New York Sun on Dec. 28, 2004, that "Yes, I do support the internment of...

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