So now Jeb Bush is attempting, in most clumsy fashion, to distance himself from his recent and ill-advised comments supporting Americas 2003 invasion of Iraq.
Simply run a thumb down a list of Jeb Bush’s foreign policy advisors and the word that jumps quickly out at a reader is Neocon. Jeb Bush is a full-blown proponent of minding, in terms of foreign policy, the business of other nations. You know, the sort of misguided adventurism that got Americans into the Korean, Vietnam, Iraq, Afghan, Libyan, and Syrian debacles.
For a clear look at how Americans should be looking at foreign policy, readers are directed to a recent Washington presentation from the Cato Institute’s Chris Preble.
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