In a foreign process speech before a Council on Foreign Relations yesterday, Senator Marco Rubio again displayed that he is zero some-more than a neoconservative hawk who would adore to send America’s sons and daughters into a new margin of conflict opposite Iran, Syria, or any other viewed hazard to American hegemony.
Marco Rubio is a latest champion of a misfortune tools of a neoconservative wing of a Republican Party. A wing that has totally removed itself from a rest of a celebration by refusing to take debt and necessity spending severely while stability to account Big Government during home since it is required for their showy skeleton abroad.
Rubio joins a old-guard neoconservative contingent of John McCain, Lindsey Graham, and Joe Lieberman, who all disciple a hyper-interventionist unfamiliar policy, while assailing anyone who promotes a conservative, common unfamiliar process as an “isolationist.”
The sham is up. It was adult after 8 years of President Bush. Even President Bush ridiculed neoconservatives who were vicious of his refusal to preemptively explosve Iran, once referring to Bill Kristol and Charles Krauthammer as “the bomber boys.”
What was once ideally transparent after a unsteadiness of invading Iraq and a misunderstanding it caused has now seemed to faid from their memories. A hyper-interventionist unfamiliar process of republic building and policing a universe is the real isolationist foreign policy.
It isolates us from a allies; it isolates us from countries who wish to sojourn neutral, and even worse, it shuts off tactful channels with a “enemies.” So most for a aged addage, “keep your friends tighten and your enemies closer.”
Rubio has done it transparent where he stands. When it comes to unfamiliar policy, a senator lines adult shoulder to shoulder with President Obama.
There is hope, though. There are signs a neoconservatives are losing their stranglehold on a GOP. In their place is a flourishing bloc of pro-liberty activists, who are advocating for a common clarity unfamiliar process of peace, commerce, and honest friendship.