[FoRK] Grand Designs, How 9/11 Unified Conservatives in Pursuit of Empire

tom poe tompoe at amihost.com
Sat May 15 22:54:49 PDT 2004


This statement is much too much to swallow.  Neocons don't have the
capacity to contemplate more than money and markets.  Otherwise, they
find themselves in conflict with their beliefs.  Just a thought.
Tom

"It is only natural, then, that the neocons would take up the call 
of empire, seeking a world that is about something more than money and 
markets."

On Sat, 2004-05-15 at 17:18, Stephen D. Williams wrote:
> Is this interpretation of motivation credible?  Probably or definitely true?
> 
> This seems to add to the notion of the transfer of ideals relating to 
> capitalism, market-drive, and small-"l" libertarianism to the liberals / 
> Democrats.  Perhaps a tame, beneficial multinational corporation is less 
> attractive to neo-cons than an empire-building front.
> 
> sdw
> 
> http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A58484-2004May1.html
> */
> Grand Designs
> How 9/11 Unified Conservatives in Pursuit of Empire
> 
> By Corey Robin
> 
> Sunday, May 2, 2004; Page B01/*
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 It is only natural, then, that the neocons would take up the call 
> of empire, seeking a world that is about something more than money and 
> markets.
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