<center><h1><a href=http://wanniski.com/showarticle.asp?articleid=3348>No End to War: The Frum-Perle prescription would ensnare America in endless conflict.</a></h1></center> <blockquote>By Patrick J. Buchanan On the dust jacket of his book, Richard Perle appends a Washington Post depiction of himself as the intellectual guru of the hard-line neoconservative movement in foreign policy. The gurus reputation, however, does not survive a reading. Indeed, on putting down Perles new book the thought recurs: the neoconservative moment may be over. For they are not only losing their hold on power, they are losing their grip on reality... The Perle-Frum book is marinated in conceit, which may prove the neocons fatal flaw. In the run-up to the invasion, when critics were exposing their plotting for war long before 9/11, the neocons did not bother to deny it. They reveled in it. They boasted about who they were, where they came from, what they believed, how they were different, and how they had become the new elite. With Rumsfeld, Cheney and Bush marching to their war drums, one of them bellowed, We are all neoconservatives now! But it is always unwise of courtiers to boast of their influence with the prince. And now the neocons have outed themselves. We all know who they are. We all have the coordinates. We all have them bracketed. With the heady days of the fall of Baghdad behind us and our country ensnared in a Lebanon of our own, neocons seem fearful that it is they who will be made to take the fall if it all turns out badly in Iraq, as McNamara and his Whiz Kids had to take the fall for Vietnam. And this one theyve got right.</blockquote> Imagine, arch-conservative Patrick Buchanan disses Dubbyuh. Unless he plans to steal this election too, Dubbyuh should start getting his resume together. If there were any justice to be had at all though, the only job he'll be able to get is pumping gas in some dusty little Texas hell-hole.