Kenneth Adelman , Richard Perle,Joshua Muravchik , David Frum,,, they all are jewish?

Ken Adelman, a consummate Washington insider and member of former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld's Defense Policy Board, was one of a number of high-profile neoconservative-aligned politicos who turned against their erstwhile political champion, President George W. Bush. In late 2006, these politicos... show more Ken Adelman, a consummate Washington insider and member of former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld's Defense Policy Board, was one of a number of high-profile neoconservative-aligned politicos who turned against their erstwhile political champion, President George W. Bush. In late 2006, these politicos began denouncing what they said were the administration's failed strategies in Iraq—strategies that they and other neoconservatives had played a heavy hand in designing and promoting. Besides Adelman, others who joined the anti-administration bandwagon were Richard Perle, the former chairman of the Defense Policy Board and a scholar at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI); David Frum, a former speechwriter for President Bush who allegedly coined the phrase “axis of evil;” AEI scholar Michael Ledeen; Frank Gaffney of the Center for Security Policy; and Joshua Muravchik, who in a widely noted 2006 Foreign Policy article chided the administration and his fellow neoconservatives for failing to keep alive the post-9/11 interventionist momentum in U.S. foreign policy. (For more on the neocon volte face, see David Rose, “Neo Culpa,” Vanity Fair, November 3, 2006; for Muravchick, see “The FP Memo: Urgent: Operation Comeback,” Foreign Policy, November/December 2006.)
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