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Down the rabbit hole of Tea Party foreign policy

Leaders advocate divergent approaches, from nonintervention to hawkish aggression

It is no trick for a Europe-based reporter to define Tea Party foreign policy, after prowling both coasts and parts in between. There is none. The worldview of the conservative grassroots movement evokes that tea party Alice found down a rabbit hole.
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Nov 5, 2010, 11:32 am
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No need to apologize for being American, but when we make colossal blunders like the Iraq invasion, which took assets away from Osama Bin Laden and wasted thousands of American lives and billions of dollars it’s appropriate to admit the screwup.

There’s a difference between apologizing for what you are and for what you do. Subtleties like that escape most of the tea party folks, who have difficulty with nuance.

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