Monday, November 01, 2004

The Failure of Neoconservatism

If Bush is defeated tomorrow - and all signs indicate that he will be - it represents nothing less than the failure of neoconservatism.

Some pundits will blame Michael Moore. Some will blame George Soros. Some will blame vengeful Democrats' irrational hatred of Bush the man, and their obsessive unwillingness to "get over" Florida 2000.

But don't be fooled. The real story here is the failure of neoconservatism. It's failed as a philosophy, and as a movement. And above all, it failed when its theories were put into practice.

So if anyone asks you what a Bush defeat means, you know what to say: it means the failure of neoconservatism.

Today, there are six results for this phrase on Google. From November 3 on, God willing, the numbers will increase exponentially, as more and more people come to view Bush's defeat as the failure of neoconservatism.


Kirk said...

And let us not forget to borrow from their playbook: repeat it ceaselessly until everyone around us is saying the same thing.

freshstart04 said...

Thank you for leaving a comment on my blog, you're awesome!!! It's so great to know that there are fellow dislikers of Bush out there. I went to the polls yesterday for the first time and voted for Kerry. At least when Bush has ruined our country beyond repair I can say: Don't blame me, I voted for Kerry. Anyways, thanks again and have a wonderful day!!