The numerous declarations among “right-wing” websites, blogs, and print publications usually present a conundrum of any given thoughts among them. It is like a string of firecrackers exploding. They are necessarily lighted in sequence but seem to sound in explosive randomness.
Afghanistan a catastrophe? Of, course. What do you expect? That is if you are a conservative, what do you expect? That is if you are a Jeffersonian republican, which is what a conservative is. It is not Fox News or Prager U. or Mark Levin screaming “You stupid idiot!.” Nor is it any of those pseudo-enlightened anti-Southern beeswax babblers of childish historical elaborations that are publicized as “on the right.”
But being “right-wing” doesn’t necessarily mean being right. It just means being not “left.”
Jefferson advised the United States to seek the friendship of all nations but enter into “entangling alliances” with none.
Even before Jefferson, in his farewell address, George Washington had admonished the republic to beware of “entangling alliances.”
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