I used to read Jonah Goldberg and am not as adamant in my condemnation of him as I am for the more traitorous neo-cons like Max Boot and Bill Kristol. But it is always useful to read the most severe critics of the neocons. There is a lot to be condemned.
Dinesh D’Souza nails this one and juxtaposing Bill Kristol’s rejoinder is all that’s needed to freeze in time the current state of Conservative Inc.
Let’s hope it’s a “teachable moment” for all involved, including me. Fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me.
Back during the Iraq War Max Boot was one of the war’s biggest boosters. When I still thought W was on my side I would read Boot’s articles to understand what strategy was needed to win the war and allow us to get back to being alive. It didn’t dawn on me that ending the war wasn’t part of the agenda that Boot and the rest of the neo-cons had in store for us. These were people who would gladly spill every last drop of American blood in order to advance a global project that none of those Americans wanted.
Well, the mask is off. Trump isn’t Bush. So Boot isn’t a conservative anymore. He’s embracing the left with both arms. Good. Now he’s home. Good riddance.
The narrative would be comical if it wasn’t so repellent. It seems that most of these so called pundits just want a paying gig, regardless of who is paying the check. Enjoy?
Boot Licking the Left