Finally, we have the definition. <br>~<br>Long before 9/11, the neocons wished and waited for their moment, and now it has come. This is truly a nightmarish world we are living in, and it shall not be made one whit better until we are rid of them, one way or another, for good. The idea that this is just a theoretical issue, an arcane argument among a few intellectuals, is belied by the "letters to the editor" columns in many newspapers, which contain an increasing number of references to "neocons," who are invariably described in unflattering and generally hostile terms. The other day, in conversation with my mailman, he told me that "the neocons" are "the real problem." At this level of popular discourse, the great problem of the neocons becomes a political issue just waiting for some smart presidential candidate to make use of. <br><br>Full article:<br>http://antiwar.com/justin/?articleid=1736<br><br>Keep on pushing.<br><br>Environmental damage has been a factor in political unrest. UN, 011304
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