I'm really glad we actually have people acknowledging neo-conservative leanings. Despite what some people will run around and say, it is still rooted in part in conservative principles. Not entirely, but one could argue libertarianism isn't entirely rooted in it either. There are FAR more members of this forum that adhere to the Neo-Conservative view of the military that is diametrically opposed to the traditional conservative ideas of the military and defense found in paleoconservatism, libertarianism, etc. It strikes me how many people support neo-conservative military policy and yet wouldn't click it. Kudos to those that actually do.