before they propped up an uniformed, inexperienced, failed businessman named George W. Bush as their poster candidate.
GW Bush had great appeal among the good ole boys and the bible thumpers who were not very likely to vote for the scowling man behind the curtain, Dick Cheney.
George W. Bush had not been sitting around for the previous 10 years thinking about foreign policy. Rather, he was being coached on foreign policy by handlers who had to teach him that Africa was a continent and not a country.
The stated aims of PNAC can be followed from their war plans to their hopes of global military superiority. George W. Bush was not a factor when PNAC was writing its openly published policies. But once the 2000 election was secured, PNAC members became and remain the mainstay of the Bush administration, holding virtually every major position relating to foreign policy.
NEOCONS WILL BE DICTATING McCAIN POLICY SO IF YOU LIKED GW BUSH, YOU WILL LOVE JOHN McCAIN