from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal A neoconservative: "The neocons and hard-liners have long felt that no Soviet leader could be trusted” ( New York Times).
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- n. a neoconservative
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- n. a conservative who subscribes to neoconservatism
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I had never heard the term neocon and I had never heard of such people as Condi, Rummy, Dick, John Ashcroft, et al.
The association of gambling with the term neocon and observation of McCain's growing synchronicity with Bush positions is generally enough to convince an inquirer.
You know that neocon is code for Joooooow donâ€ ™ t you?
The flagrant use of the term neocon - stripped of its meaning to become a smear against anyone who expressed support for military intervention in
My definition of a neocon is the extreme right fringe who are unattractive patriarchal WASP megalomaniacs that were bullied in grade school, so they now try to fight everyone with someone elseâ€ ™ s blood, sweat and tears.
1. Mmm, it doesn't help that the most flagrant American user of the term neocon is Pat Buchanan, who DOES use it in a crypto-racist way.
Critics of neoconservatism and the Bush foreign policy are fascist because "neocon" is code for Jewish, pro-Israel intellectuals.
You know that neocon is code for Joooooow don’t you?
The consequences may not mean that much to an average neocon from the Bolton school or an isolationist in the Buchanan/Paul mold.
Fun fact: John Deutch thought the position was rinkydink when Bill Clinton offered it to him after a certain neocon no-nothing proved to be a crappy director.
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