Why did Neoconservatives infiltrate think tanks during the Clinton years?
They remained in these organizations and created neoconservative policies that would project over the next decades.
Once they re-entered government, Congress declined to conduct oversight of the think tank initiatives that were adopted by George Bush's administration and Congress never analyzed this data.
Now instead of America's traditional "policy of containment" against Middle East nations as happened under the Clinton Administration and others, there is now think tank "regime change" policy under the Bush Administration which requires invasion and bombardment on a constant basis. When you get your butt kicked in one game, you look for the next game. The British were brought in to the invasion initiatives and now they think these policies are destroying the British army.
Were the "think tank" policies good for America?
- Anarchy99Lv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
It does no good to attempt a war against an enemy you cannot define!
- ChainsawLv 61 decade ago
First of all, your entire premise is wrong. Negotiation, tauted by liberals, has never worked. Containment does not work. Only thing that does is defeating the enemy.
Containment was tried on Hitler. It worked not at all.
- s_h_a_r_k_k_yLv 41 decade ago
invasion and bombardment is what they need.........they actually asked for it..........seriously....... they came over here and asked us to go over and kick their arses