The conservative think-tank claims members such as Vice President Dick Cheney, Governor Jeb Bush, radio host and former "drug czar" William J. Bennett, Scooter Libby, president of the world bank Paul Wolfowitz and Dan Quayle...and Don Rumsfeld.
The nine-year-old group founded by William Kristol will be closing its doors because of a sense of "goal accomplished" among its members.
Sounds strangely familiar to something our president said a few years ago.
The PNAC, if you don't know, has pretty much dominated the Bush administration's foreign policy for the past 6 years and championed a plan to oust Saddam Hussein long before 9/11.
I guess the new American century is finally here.
Friday, June 23, 2006
The Project for A New American Century is "heading toward closing", said one undefined source close to the project.
Posted by Matt Schury at 11:56 AM